New Zealand TIDA Kitchens

For more than 30 years, Trends has promoted great home design ideas through its print, digital and online media.

The Trends International Design Awards – TIDAs – take that involvement to the next level with the search for the best kitchens, bathrooms and homes across a number of the countries where Trends has a presence.

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A sculptural island leads the design charge in this crisp white and wood kitchen, where the cabinetry echoes its gleaming star feature 

Strong industrial look materials seen in the home's architecture are picked up and run with in this bold yet harmonious and ergonomic kitchen 

Larger, more spacious and suitable for entertaining were the watchwords from the owners and this well-connected design more than delivers

Three Fade pendants match the scale of the 4.6m long island in this design, while their gold tones complement the use of stainless steel

Catch up on the presentation video, plus see more about our three category winners and runners-up, plus all the highly commended entries

So where's that beautiful fully stocked pantry you were boasting about? Well, straight ahead actually. An individualistic stave cabinetry finish helps disguise the fully integrated pantry in this k...

Congratulations to Strachan Group  Architects, winner of TIDA New Zealand Architect-designed Kitchen of the Year. See more of this light-...

Congratulations to Morgan Cronin of Cronin Kitchens, winner of TIDA New Zealand Designer Kitchen of the Year. See more of this white kitchen with a difference

Congratulations to Milvia Hannah of German Kitchens, winner of TIDA New Zealand Imported Kitchen of the Year – a kitchen where the island is a work of art

With forest green cabinetry and crafted woodwork, this finely finished kitchen steals the show and connects with the home's woodland setting

Resene and Casa Italiana – Associate Sponsors of 2021 TIDA New Zealand Kitchens

In this rethink of an existing kitchen, improved space-planning enabled greater functionality and accentuated a key connection in the home