Three new grey kitchens that are totally on trend and surprisingly affordable

2020 is the year to go grey gracefully...
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  • Are you thinking of going grey… in the kitchen? You’re not alone. Silvery and graphite shades are fast replacing white as the go-to hues for cabinetry, a trend reflected in Magnet’s latest launches.

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    So if you’ve decided that, after a possibly traumatic Christmas juggling a turkey and trimmings in a kitchen that wasn’t fit for purpose, it’s time for a total refit, you should definitely give these ranges a look.

    Magnet’s new grey kitchens for 2020

    1. Tribeca – best for modern style

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    It’s no coincidence that that this brand-new cabinetry is named after a cool New York neighbourhood – it certainly brings contemporary, urban drama to a room.

    Pair the Graphite finish with industrial elements such as exposed brick, dark and rustic wood and oversized metal lighting for the perfect nod to loft living.

    Enquire online: Tribeca, from £3,136 for an eight-unit kitchen, Magnet

    2. Integra Nova – best for upgrading from white

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    For those nervous of moving away from white, the pale Nova Matt Grey of these Integra units may be more your speed. The unfussy slab doors are super-practical and easy on the eye, and work with pretty much any worktop, be it wood, granite or composite. For small, poorly-lit kitchens where dark shades might absorb too much light, it’s a winner.

    Enquire online: Integra Nova, from £2,960 for an eight-unit kitchen, Magnet

    3. Tatton – best on a budget

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    You might already be familiar with Magnet’s Tatton units – the Shaker-influenced style is, after all, a bestseller. However, they now come in two new matt finishes – Graphite, shown, and Midnight (a very dark blue).

    The great thing about Tatton for anyone tightening their belts after a big Christmas spend is that it’s among Magnet’s most affordable kitchen ranges. Prices start from £1,771 for an eight-unit model kitchen.

    Enquire online: Tatton, from £1,771 for an eight-unit kitchen, Magnet

    Incidentally, Which? recently awarded Magnet its Best Buy award for both pre-built and flat-pack kitchen units. So you can rest assured these cabinets are quality.

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