A recent research report by Hafele – Kitchens for Living: A Picture of the UK Kitchen – explores the evolution of kitchen design, highlighting the latest trends, technologies, and innovations that are reshaping the way we envision and create kitchen spaces within the home.
The report, based on research conducted with over 2,000 UK homeowners, revealed up-to-date insights of the aspirations, priorities, pain points, and desired features of homeowners in their kitchens.
Some key findings from the whitepaper include:
- 31% of homeowners feel the need to upgrade their kitchen but are worried about getting the design wrong
- 52% of homeowners would like lighting built into their kitchen cabinets
- 27% of homeowners feel their kitchens are too small
- 25% of homeowners would like Wi-Fi-enabled appliances in their kitchens
Understanding consumer insights can offer a competitive advantage and allow you to create designs that resonate with your clients.
To read the full report, click here.
InstallerSHOW 2024 will see the launch of Installer Kitchens and Bathrooms, featuring award-winning designer, Johnny Grey’s ‘Kitchen of the Future‘ – a 4Gen kitchen created in collaboration with expert in ageing, Professor Peter Gore.
With multigenerational living becoming ever more prevalent, the feature will allow us to inform and educate designers, retailers, installers and more on the products and technologies available, in a meaningful and visually engaging way.
In addition to the Kitchen of the Future, Installer Kitchens & Bathrooms will offer a packed content programme covering topics such as water and energy efficiency, design innovation, sustainable and smart technology, and changing legislation. It is backed by a number of organisations including the BMA, BiKBBI, NKBA, AMDEA UK and the Unified Water Label, as well as a host of leading manufacturers.
To get involved with the feature, or for more information about exhibiting, sponsoring or speaking at InstallerSHOW, please contact David Ventris-Field at email@example.com