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Patrick Bradley has Grand Designs on Blossom Avenue

Published: 11 February 2020

Patrick Bradley, the architect most famous for his Grillagh Water House episode of Grand Designs, is the new brand ambassador for kitchens and bedrooms brand, Blossom Avenue.

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The multi-award-winning architect’s shipping container home was described by Kevin McCloud of Channel 4’s Grand Designs programme as his favourite Grand Design in all of the 20 years the series has aired, earning him the accolade of Kevin McCloud’s Grandest Design in 2019.

And now, Patrick has put his name and design know-how behind the Blossom Avenue brand, which is widely available throughout thousands of independent retailers in the UK and Ireland.

2020 is an exciting year for the brand as it is set to introduce a new series of products and colours in the spring, which Patrick will endorse through a series of events and will officially launch at KBB Birmingham in March.

Blossom Avenue, most recently featured on Kirstie & Phil’s Love it or List it on Channel 4, comprises 11 collections of kitchen and bedroom doors in dozens of colours, suiting every space, taste and budget. As part of BA, one of the largest and most respected manufacturers of kitchens, bedrooms and components in Europe, made across three sites in the UK, quality is key and uncompromised.

Patrick says he relates to the brand which continues to innovate and put quality and design first; “2020 will be a big year for Blossom Avenue and I’m looking forward to sharing the range of new styles in the spring, as well as my own ideas, tips and advice for design at home. We’ll be visiting different showrooms throughout the UK and Ireland to introduce more consumers to this innovative range of kitchen and bedroom products.”

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The well-known and popular architect who works on high-end residential, housing, office and leisure projects across the UK and Ireland will feature prominently during product launches, retailer events, trade shows and in marketing collateral.

Patrick Bradley’s Top 3 Kitchen Design trends for 2020

Dark and Stormy

Dark and Stormy

While previous spring trends have mostly been about pastels and brighter colours, we’re looking towards darker colours making a comeback this year. Matt black has been a huge trend in accessories recently, in everything from handles to taps and in 2020 this will come through into our kitchen doors to really make an impact.

Grey will remain popular this year, however, we’ll be looking towards darker tones from dust greys to graphite, which will complement other key kitchen colour trends emerging in 2020; plum, dark green and navy blue.

Putting on a Front

When it comes to door fronts, the modern j-pull style of handle-less doors will remain as a bestseller for cool contemporary kitchens, including the vinyl and gloss style finishes.

Putting on a Front
Traditional Shake-Up

Traditional Shake-Up

However, in 2020 we’ll also see the more traditional shaker style doors get in on the handle-less action, giving a classic slant on what was initially a very clean, contemporary look.

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