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For many people, Instagram is undoubtedly a huge influence when it comes to design inspiration for our own kitchen renovation projects. Whether you’re looking for colour combinations, ideas for accessories or suggestions for suppliers, there is so much to be learnt from social media.

Here are some of our favourite kitchen designs shared on Instagram featuring some of our beautiful Caesarstone worktops.


Bring the outside in - Roxanne Fregona @vincent_the_house

For many people, their kitchen overlooks their gorgeous gardens so why not bring that outdoor space in? Whether you choose to frame the view of your garden with a large picture window or bi-fold doors, or bring greenery into the space, there are many options to let your garden inspire your kitchen design. For example, pairing a natural-looking worktop such as Caesarstone 5121 Layalite with deep-green tiles, stone-colour cabinets, reclaimed wood furniture and plants helps draw the outdoors in while creating a fully functional space.

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A functional yet beautiful kitchen - Lydia Millen @millengordonhome

When designing an outdoor kitchen, not only does it need to be practical but also beautiful. The home shared by the Millen-Gordon family does just that, pairing Caesarstone 540 Monumental ultra rough grey porcelain worktop with contrasting oak units. The organic oxidised and dark-grey veining is similar to natural stone and pairs perfectly with the natural variance in the colour of the oak cabinetry.

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Connect with nature - Sue @talltrees.and.scandidreams

Being connected to nature is very important for many people and can be a key cornerstone in interior design. Choosing a natural colour palette of earthy tones and wooden accessories, paired with beautiful greenery, can help bring the outside in. Selecting a contrasting lighter worktop, such as Caesarstone 4001 Fresh Concrete, helps ensure a light, airy and welcoming feel.


Designing for the future - Lisa Dawson @_lisa_dawson_

When designing your new kitchen, remember to keep longevity in mind. Consider how long it’ll be until you’re looking to give your kitchen a refresh. Whether that’s a new lick of paint, a change of cabinet door or colourful accessories, choose a stunning yet neutral worktop such as Caesarstone 5131 Calacatta Nuvo to ensure your kitchen has long-lasting appeal and will pair perfectly with any other kitchen elements you choose to update.

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Pairing traditional and modern - Philippa Ross @philippabloom

If you have original features in your home, there are many ways to enhance them and retain their character and charm. However, you may also want to add a contemporary touch and finding the right balance is key. For example, pairing a more traditional shaker-style kitchen cabinet with a more modern dramatically veined worktop, such as Caesarstone 5171 Arabetto, can help achieve the desired effect.

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Art Deco-inspired kitchen - Kimberly Duran @swoonworthyblog

Add a touch of glamour like this Art Deco-inspired scheme, which oozes opulence with Caesarstone 5143 White Attica marbled worktops and splashback, paired with metallic accessories. Pretty pastel touches compliment the cabinetry and an abundance of botanicals help to soften and bring life to the overall look.


Ready to design your own dream kitchen?

Make the most of your kitchen renovation with our Swatch Book; the ultimate how-to guide to using Caesarstone in your own home. It features design tips and planning resources from award-winning interior designers, as well as a comprehensive look at the entire Caesarstone range. 

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