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When designing your kitchen, it can be fun to focus on the big ticket items: a new oven, gleaming bench tops and a fancy fridge. But flooring is an essential element to include in your renovation plans and it serves both a functional and design purpose. Not only is it good to have a well-functioning floor that can withstand dropped knives, spilled liquids and scalding equipment – while remaining ergonomically sound – but a well designed floor can draw the eye and tie the whole design of your kitchen together. Strong and sturdy Durability is the top concern for your floors. Choosing materials like concrete, stone or tiling will ensure your floor can withstand some of the harshest knocks without showing the wear and tear. [caption id="attachment_8562" align="alignnone" width="356"] The concrete flooring works excellently with the wood elements of this kitchen[/caption] Concrete is a great contemporary design option, but can sometimes feel cold

Like any creative field, interior design has a unique set of trends that emerge every year and set the course for new designs. While we at Apollo Kitchens tend to draw from a classic lookbook of styles, we’re also privy to the latest trends and innovations in interior design. We love to incorporate elements of old and new into clients’ projects. So what have the biggest design trends of 2018 been so far? We take a look back on the last six months to see what’s happened so far. Natural elements This year has seen a huge rise in the number of designs that incorporate natural elements, whether that’s in the visible wood grain of benches and cupboards, or the rich, earthy colour palettes. Indoor plants have also made a comeback with fiddle leaf ferns, monstera, rubber trees and hanging baskets providing an organic backdrop. Clean lines Some years, designers incorporate bold, fussy

The movement towards minimalism has meant that more and more people are choosing quality items that they'll adore for their kitchen designs. And we couldn’t be happier. While it can be tempting to choose many low-cost items to renovate many rooms at once, you’ll receive far superior outcomes when you focus on one element at a time, and truly think about the look you want to achieve. At Apollo Kitchens, we value beautifully designed products and long-lasting natural elements – and want to create homes that reflect our clients’ lifestyles and personalities. The only way to do this is to carefully plan and select items that aren’t just gorgeous but will last for years to come. Materials will last longer Investing in high-quality materials and artistry ensures your renovation remains faultless for as long as possible. Choose natural stones, woods and fibres over synthetic kinds and your kitchen will age gracefully.