Plasnor presented the 10 colours that will set trends in the coming years in the furniture industry. Whites, browns and greys will not disappear, but the use of a wider range of colours has gained ground in recent years. This has provided an opportunity for new colours and the combination of them to achieve modern and up-to-date kitchens.
All these colours are also available in Premium Acrylic quality, which has maximum scratch resistance on non-lacquered acrylic surfaces, with double the scratch resistance compared to the standard quality on the market.
Following the trend of the main markets and international manufacturers, these are the colours that will stand out in the coming years:
After the monopoly of white in kitchens, colour is finding its place year after year. Blues and greens such as Denim o el Fjord are forging a path among earthy colours, or derivatives of grey or black, which remain in the top spots among the most used colours in kitchen furniture. Combining them with natural elements such as wood, will be the finishing touch for an ideal kitchen.
Black and its shades, such as Índigo, Graphite, el Dust grey, o el Onix grey are always associated with a cosmopolitan aesthetic and fashion-proof elegance.