Travel is back, and Kaboodle Kitchen’s latest trends range is inspired by some of our most-loved destinations. “International travel can influence the materials, colours and patterns used at home,” says stylist and designer Jono Fleming. “Inspired by a desire for positivity, we recognise that our surroundings have a profound impact on us.” Let’s explore the emotional drivers and colours behind an Insta-worthy kitchen.
The Kaboodle trends range features six new door colours across four individual trends. Indulge, imagines elegant interiors with a palette that draws on European opulence and old-school charm. Celebrate brings fun and optimism with a vibrant colourway reminiscent of South American fiestas. Embrace is a restful blend of natural hues, for an urban sanctuary inspired by Zen tradition. At the heart of Connect are earthy tones seen in desert city streets, fostering connection through memorable experiences shared with family and friends.
Kaboodle is known for quality, D.I.Y.-friendly cabinetry – if you are handy on the tools, a brand new kitchen could be just days away. Bring your own look home with doors and panels from the new trends range or from the extensive existing collection; add a stunning benchtop; and check out the vast selection of handles in hues from brushed nickel, brass and gold, to shiny chrome and matt black, for the ideal finishing touch.
For a statement-making space, try new Paprika. This deep red brings richness, perfect with stone-look benchtops and gold accents. Nostalgic pink Candy Floss works beautifully with stone-look surfaces and matt black hardware. Stunning together, and when teamed with the strong tones of Berry Blue.
What could be livelier than Mostaza, a gorgeous mustard yellow bringing the visual flavours of bustling South American street markets to the heart of your home? This bold hue looks wonderful teamed with warm timber tones, fresh, clean whites and matt black hardware.
Natural tones evoke a sense of tranquillity and Edamame, a wonderful, muted green, is no exception. Pair it with timber or stone-look benchtops, or team with cabinetry in dark brown Walnut to introduce cosiness and texture. Go handle-less and keep surfaces clear to enhance the clean, minimalist feel.
“The earthy, clay tones of Tagine will encourage reflection and wonderment, creating a truly engaging environment,” explains Jono. Perfect for a relaxed, retro-inspired look, try it with textured timber, stone-look benchtops and matt black hardware.
Check out the range of products from Kaboodle to give your space an update.
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