So as we continue to look at the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom trends throughout the decades, next up is the 90’s. Fuelled by the recession, many started to cut back during the 90’s so a minimalistic styling in the home became popular…
Lighter woods became more popular at this time with the move away from the previously popular darker woods. Many started gravitating towards light pines and blonde woods and kitchens across the country started to look brighter and lighter, as well as stylish while still being simple.
White kitchens were trending big time in the 90’s, from worktops to kitchen appliances. Today we can see white kitchens coming back into style as they have a simplistic feel that is also very sleek. Japanese accents fitted in nicely with the simplistic theme and Japanese art and decor bloomed that decade.
Although white was popular in the kitchen as an attempt to get away from the bright colour schemes of the 80’s, hunter green was popular throughout the rest of the house, making its way into people’s homes in the previous decade and continuing strong into the 90’s.
So the simplistic look of the 90’s cleared out the crazy colours of the 70’s and 80’s making way for sleeker homes across the UK. To see all the trends from the 90’s, have a look at our Pinterest - https://uk.pinterest.com/RaycrossDesign/90s-trends-raycross-interiors-40th-anniversary/Back to Blog