Colour Trends for Kitchen & Interior Design in 2018 Earlier this year we compiled a kitchen trend report that has been seen in various publications since, everywhere from the front cover of The Sunday Times Home to one of our online favourites – The Kitchen Think. That guide is now available for you to download and we’ve got some handy tips below too. This month we’re talking about colour trends!Which hue is the right one for you and your room? While we always think it should be down to personal taste, sometimes inspiration is in order, which is where the below colour trends come in to play. From luxurious golds and browns to the more playful colour clashing, what takes your fancy?Warm neutrals, golds, browns and organicsGolds have been on trend for a while now but the move to combining them with browns and organic materials is going to be big for 2018.Combining the use of neutrals, golds and organic textures makes for a warm environment with a slight seventies feel, hitting the mark in terms of both style and substance. The boho look is not only easily adaptable with other colours but also comes hand in hand with good quality and timeless design – something which a kitchen needs to present.Our recent kitchen completion ‘The Georgian Manor’ kitchen combines warm accents of gold and brass in the lighting and hardware with wooden textures coming through in the shelving, island and bespoke furniture systems.Vibrant colour schemesVibrant colour schemes will continue to be popular for 2018 with a focus on both Scandinavian application – pops of bright colour – or complete maximalism – with colour clashes similar to the ‘House of Hackney’ style.The use of colour in the kitchen is extremely important and should reflect homeowners’ personalities and their needs. For instance, a space for cooking should be light and bright while spaces designed for entertaining could have a darker essence to provide a suitable ambience.Our Scandinavian kitchen provides the perfect example of how to integrate a small amount of bright colour while keeping the space clean and minimal. The boost of yellow adds vibrancy and energy to the room. One of our top colour trends.Colour ClashingColour clashing is going to be huge for 2018 with the likes of fashion house Peter Pilotto recently championing colour trends in their London Design Festival Townhouse Takeover.One for the bold, the trend incorporates clashing complimentary colours such as mustard yellow and lilac, bubblegum pink and lime green, to create a bright and beautiful setting with plenty of inspiration in terms of hues and saturation.However, homeowners don’t need to go all out and can instead incorporate colour clashing furniture while keeping the walls and floors neutral. Perfect for if you decide you like the look and want to go even bolder at a later stage.Dark huesDark hues are also staying on top with dark blues, forest greens and dark greys becoming even more popular at the latter stages of 2017.We’ve seen plenty of Farrow & Ball’s Hague Blue gracing the walls of interior’s most loved journalists, bloggers and influencers so we know that consumers will be looking to apply darker shades to their walls as a result.For something a little different and for those loving the lilac trend but not brave enough to go for it, shades of Plum are also coming through. Darker shades are perfect paired with Brass which is another big trend for 2018.And there we have it. Our colour trends for 2018. Download the full kitchen trend report here.