In December 2018, Elle Décor reported that one of the key kitchen trends for 2019 would see a blend between classic and contemporary looks, with consumers likely to opt for modern amenities that still maintain a timeless feel.
Boasting a subtle whilst still industrial design, our Sparkbrook collection supports this growing trend perfectly, offering a contemporary hardware collection that complements a classic look too. The four-piece collection remains one of our most popular and these three on-trend kitchens featuring our Sparkbrook hardware showcase why its simplistic but effective design is so covetable.
Westgate by Herringbone Kitchens
Crafted by Herringbone Kitchens, this striking kitchen offers a modern take on the traditional shaker design by combining bold, hand-painted cabinets with a classic white marble worktop and finished with our Sparkbrook cabinet handles in satin brass.
Herringbone Kitchens are renowned for producing bespoke, long-lasting kitchens that are designed to be truly lived in. The contrasting deep teal cabinets with the gold hardware finish creates a warm but vibrant feel to the kitchen – perfect for families, whilst being remaining on-trend.
Walton by Day True
Inspired by the latest in European interior design, Day True was founded by dynamic duo Tony Robson and Hayley Harrison-Robson, who maximise the pairings of ideas, spaces, colours and shapes to create truly impressive interiors.
The Walton kitchen is no exception, combining dark blue cabinets with grey Mortex worktops and a combination of the satin brass Sparkbrook t-bar handles and appliance pulls. This chic and contemporary design emits a luxurious and classic feel that will work for years to come.
Denistone by Helen Baumann Design
This beautiful Denistone kitchen by Helen Baumann Design is an excellent example of classic come contemporary design.
Sleek marble worktops, paired with our satin brass finished Sparkbrook hardware creates an effortlessly elegant feel, beautifully complemented with warm, wooden flooring that brings the whole space to life.
We particularly love the contrast of pulls and appliance pulls on the main cabinets, with the use of knobs on higher placed cabinets and kitchen island doors, demonstrating true attention to detail.