Rotpunkt Kitchen Trends

by | Dec 17, 2019 | #kitchens

Eco-friendly kitchens among the biggest trends for 2020, says Rotpunkt.

German manufacturer predicts key kitchen trends as it pledges a zero-carbon footprint with totally carbon-neutral kitchens in the New Year. 

German kitchen manufacturer Rotpunkt has revealed its kitchen furniture trends for 2020 – and predicts that eco-friendly design will be big news in 2020.

“As we move into a new decade, it is notable there is a greater need for creative furniture design that empowers independence and sustainability for the home and end user, says Matt Phillips, Rotpunkt’s Head of UK Operations.

“I predict this will challenge any preconceived notions about kitchen design to welcome highly progressive, eco-friendly kitchen schemes and a need to support broken-plan arrangements and more transformative lifestyles.” 

Eco-friendly kitchens

As 2020 fast approaches, research shows that eco-credentials are of growing importance to today’s homeowner.

“We are extremely proud that Rotpunkt is able to pledge a zero-carbon footprint in 2020 by manufacturing 100 per cent carbon-neutral kitchens from 1st January,” explains Phillips.

“Our pledge for sustainable kitchen furniture manufacture in 2020 is just one way for you to ‘feel good’ in the home, reduce its carbon footprint and ensure the UK high street can serve this growing demand.”

He adds that ethical consumerism is set to grow as homeowners want to increase the value of their property by reducing their carbon footprint. Eco-friendly interior schemes are helping to create homes of the future, which in every respect are design-oriented and inherently sustainable.

“As we continue to tackle the debate on climate change, it is only right that we start to consider the provenance and environmental impact of products in our homes,” comments Phillips.

“Over the past decade, Rotpunkt has worked hard to position itself as best-in design and from 2020, our new kitchen solutions will set the tone for 100 per cent carbon-neutral manufacture that promises ‘quality without compromise’.”

Premium hyper-nature door solutions are set to grow next year, it predicts, with super-realistic ‘natural effect’ kitchen schemes replacing genuine raw materials without harm to the environment.

“The construction of your kitchen furniture is a great way to be more environmentally aware, as different materials can impact not only how your kitchen looks, but also its weight, cost and carbon footprint,” he adds.

“Rotpunkt use 37 per cent less timber across all of its kitchens and, by using BioBoard, it is proud to conserve more of the world’s natural forests, equating to the approximate size of fifty football pitches every year!”

Dynamic cube wall storage systems will continue to influence furniture specification

Freestyle Industrial

Industrial design is set to remain a key trend in 2020.

Drawing inspiration from the professional kitchen and the growing trend for urban renewal and the redevelopment of brownfield sites, demand for open-plan kitchen design shows no sign of abating.

Rotpunkt forecasts that the next few months will see industrial-style kitchens taking a more fluid approach to space planning, challenging routine layouts and considering the working relationship between furniture and user.

Dynamic cube wall storage systems, feature handles and unique metal, stone and wood-effect doors with innovative surface treatments, will continue to influence furniture specification for those looking for an ultra-modern kitchen space that is compelling and systematically designed.

“Given the ever-expanding role of the kitchen, designers in 2020 will need to support the core elements of cooking, dining and storage as well as an ever-expanding list of ‘extras’ like home office space, indoor herb gardens, wine storage and independent freestanding solutions,” observes Phillips.

This freestyle approach to furniture design and kitchen storage will prompt a new level of creativity, which will benefit from solutions such as Rotpunkt’s new taller dimensions, cube storage and wall-hung system solutions that exploit varying eye lines, visual weights and furniture capacities in one scheme. 

Eco-friendly interior schemes are helping to create homes of the future, which in every respect are design-oriented and inherently sustainable

Super-Matt Finishes

Fast becoming the perfect foil for versatile and adaptable modular furniture, super-matt finishes are helping to create a high-functioning kitchen that is resiliently beautiful.

In style for 2020 will be a sedimentary colour palette comprising white and grey to brown and black, along with olive green undertones and shades of stone.

A new generation of high-performance finishes will grow in importance, extending the life of kitchen furniture and worktops.

Hyper-automation

Sophisticated design fused with increased functionality will continue to infiltrate homes next year, with smart technology fast becoming an extremely valuable resource to designers in the kitchen, says Rotpunkt.

Paving the way for a more user-friendly, economical space that is intuitive to both homeowner and lifestyle, the 2020 kitchen will serve multiple needs and seamlessly blend work, leisure and social time.

Rotpunkt / rotpunktuk.com

Rotpunkt Kitchen Trends

by | Dec 17, 2019 | #kitchens

Eco-friendly kitchens among the biggest trends for 2020, says Rotpunkt.

German manufacturer predicts key kitchen trends as it pledges a zero-carbon footprint with totally carbon-neutral kitchens in the New Year. 

German kitchen manufacturer Rotpunkt has revealed its kitchen furniture trends for 2020 – and predicts that eco-friendly design will be big news in 2020.

“As we move into a new decade, it is notable there is a greater need for creative furniture design that empowers independence and sustainability for the home and end user, says Matt Phillips, Rotpunkt’s Head of UK Operations.

“I predict this will challenge any preconceived notions about kitchen design to welcome highly progressive, eco-friendly kitchen schemes and a need to support broken-plan arrangements and more transformative lifestyles.” 

Eco-friendly kitchens

As 2020 fast approaches, research shows that eco-credentials are of growing importance to today’s homeowner.

“We are extremely proud that Rotpunkt is able to pledge a zero-carbon footprint in 2020 by manufacturing 100 per cent carbon-neutral kitchens from 1st January,” explains Phillips.

“Our pledge for sustainable kitchen furniture manufacture in 2020 is just one way for you to ‘feel good’ in the home, reduce its carbon footprint and ensure the UK high street can serve this growing demand.”

He adds that ethical consumerism is set to grow as homeowners want to increase the value of their property by reducing their carbon footprint. Eco-friendly interior schemes are helping to create homes of the future, which in every respect are design-oriented and inherently sustainable.

“As we continue to tackle the debate on climate change, it is only right that we start to consider the provenance and environmental impact of products in our homes,” comments Phillips.

“Over the past decade, Rotpunkt has worked hard to position itself as best-in design and from 2020, our new kitchen solutions will set the tone for 100 per cent carbon-neutral manufacture that promises ‘quality without compromise’.”

Premium hyper-nature door solutions are set to grow next year, it predicts, with super-realistic ‘natural effect’ kitchen schemes replacing genuine raw materials without harm to the environment.

“The construction of your kitchen furniture is a great way to be more environmentally aware, as different materials can impact not only how your kitchen looks, but also its weight, cost and carbon footprint,” he adds.

“Rotpunkt use 37 per cent less timber across all of its kitchens and, by using BioBoard, it is proud to conserve more of the world’s natural forests, equating to the approximate size of fifty football pitches every year!”

Dynamic cube wall storage systems will continue to influence furniture specification

Freestyle Industrial

Industrial design is set to remain a key trend in 2020.

Drawing inspiration from the professional kitchen and the growing trend for urban renewal and the redevelopment of brownfield sites, demand for open-plan kitchen design shows no sign of abating.

Rotpunkt forecasts that the next few months will see industrial-style kitchens taking a more fluid approach to space planning, challenging routine layouts and considering the working relationship between furniture and user.

Dynamic cube wall storage systems, feature handles and unique metal, stone and wood-effect doors with innovative surface treatments, will continue to influence furniture specification for those looking for an ultra-modern kitchen space that is compelling and systematically designed.

“Given the ever-expanding role of the kitchen, designers in 2020 will need to support the core elements of cooking, dining and storage as well as an ever-expanding list of ‘extras’ like home office space, indoor herb gardens, wine storage and independent freestanding solutions,” observes Phillips.

This freestyle approach to furniture design and kitchen storage will prompt a new level of creativity, which will benefit from solutions such as Rotpunkt’s new taller dimensions, cube storage and wall-hung system solutions that exploit varying eye lines, visual weights and furniture capacities in one scheme. 

Eco-friendly interior schemes are helping to create homes of the future, which in every respect are design-oriented and inherently sustainable

Super-Matt Finishes

Fast becoming the perfect foil for versatile and adaptable modular furniture, super-matt finishes are helping to create a high-functioning kitchen that is resiliently beautiful.

In style for 2020 will be a sedimentary colour palette comprising white and grey to brown and black, along with olive green undertones and shades of stone.

A new generation of high-performance finishes will grow in importance, extending the life of kitchen furniture and worktops.

Hyper-automation

Sophisticated design fused with increased functionality will continue to infiltrate homes next year, with smart technology fast becoming an extremely valuable resource to designers in the kitchen, says Rotpunkt.

Paving the way for a more user-friendly, economical space that is intuitive to both homeowner and lifestyle, the 2020 kitchen will serve multiple needs and seamlessly blend work, leisure and social time.

Rotpunkt / rotpunktuk.com

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