Warm up your kitchen for Autumn

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The winter months are upon us, with leaves on the ground and a chill in the air all you want to do is snuggle up in doors and give your home that warm, cosy feel. There are lots of wonderful accessories and designs to give your kitchen a winter warm up. Whether its furnishing, a fresh lick of paint or flowers, ensuring the colours in your home match the seasonal colours outside keeps your home on trend.

The ultimate cosy kitchen is the oak-kitchen and many warm, autumn colours and designs go brilliantly with it. Pairing your oak kitchen with some unusual colours can really bring it to life. Colours such as cinnamon, dark chocolate, cherry and mustard are great choices and aren’t often very popular, making your kitchen unique.Merlot Pippy oak kitchen

Wood gives any kitchen a natural warm and cosy feel and with an oak kitchen there is plenty of it. If  you are updating an other style of kitchen you could add wood elsewhere. A new wood flooring or adding wood to your work tops could not only completely change your kitchens look but achieve that seasonal style you’re hoping for.

Lighting is important in an oak kitchen. Seasonal colours can be wasted if paired with dull lighting. Make sure your bulbs are shining and providing plenty of light for your cosy oak kitchen. The better the lighting the better the colour!

Another excellent winter kitchen idea is to invest in an Aga oven.  Aga ovens are very popular. There is lots of cooking space in them to prepare your hearty winter meals and they also provide lots of heat. An oven that not only cooks wonderful meals but ensures your oak kitchen stays toasty throughout the cold months – what more could you want?

If changing your interior design or painting is not on the cards then your oak kitchen could benefit from some seasonal accessories. When it comes to winter there is no shortage of fun and festive décor. A new table cover or cloth can make all the difference and change the look of your oak kitchen. Introducing a new blind or curtains in one of our mentioned colours could really break up the room and bring your oak kitchen to life. Seasonal flowers or fruits in rustic bowls can also add a nice winter touch. Alternatively you could update your table centre pieces adding acorns and other winter objects or invest in some winter scented candles such as cinnamon.

There are plenty of different ideas to style your kitchen this winter. For more information on kitchens from The Kitchen Depot go to- http://thekitchendepot.co.uk/.