Creating a Solace kitchen
Turn your kitchen into an oasis of calm by channelling the Solace trend. Here, you can learn how to create this pared-back look in your home.
How to get the look
Think soft colours, natural materials and understated accents when bringing the Solace trend to life.
Step one: Choose your cabinet doors
Super matt finishes have an understated softness which can make your kitchen feel more peaceful. The simple framed design of our Lewes cabinet door helps reduce visual clutter, enhancing the relaxed and tranquil mood.
Step two: Pick your worktop
Echo the natural world with a white mirror chip quartz worktop, which is heat, scratch and stain resistant. You can also make your kitchen feel light and spacious with a white marble-effect worktop, which has a clean, minimalist look.
Step three: Select a sink and tap
Continue the minimalist look with an understated white granite sink, which offers plenty of space for washing up or rinsing vegetables. Pair this with the Lamona Alvo tap to add an angular accent to your sink area.
Step four: Choose your appliances
Your builder can install a discreet touch control Lamona induction hob which continues the understated look and can help reduce your energy bills too. Ensure your kitchen remains serene and inviting with a chimney extractor to remove all cooking smells and steam.
Step five: Find flooring and door furniture
Wood effect laminate, like rustic chestnut oak flooring, adds natural character and can be easily wiped clean. Replace door handles with chrome designs to match the handles on your cabinet doors.
Step six: Add finishing touches
Keep clutter out of sight with our two drawer packs, which offer lots of room for kitchen essentials and create a linear look. Choose chrome knob handles or a push-open mechanism for a discreet addition to your cabinet doors.
Choose from more than 70 kitchen designs
Discover our kitchens, which can be tailored to suit your home and way of life. Explore our Shaker, Universal and Contemporary collections for inspiration when you are planning a new kitchen.