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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This grand entertainer’s kitchen spans the full depth of its mountain home – connecting to alpine views at the front and a large outdo...

A steel look finish that's soft to the touch? This kitchen reflects the latest surface technologies, plus striking features such as a steel access ladder on its own tracks

Natural wood stave cabinetry finishes, along with marble and slate benchtops bathed in natural light create an individualistic, enduring entertainer’s kitchen

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The homeowners loved the look of upmarket Kinloch Lodge and this material-rich traditional kitchen achieved just such a solid, classic aesthetic

When there's not much existing storage, a giant wall of visually receding floor-to-near-ceiling white cabinetry more than fits the bill

Contemporary, efficient and backed by a generous scullery, it’s hard to believe that this kitchen inhabits what was once a garage space

A semi-industrial palette of wood, concrete and steel gives this kitchen a strong presence and also connects it to the wider surroundings

Got big dreams but limited space? This kitchen combines refined feature surfaces, a sculptural island and an absence of on-show appliances to create an entertainer's kitchen that complements but d...

Convivium, or a gathering of people, is the name of the Italian-designed kitchen seen in this design. The open layout is all about connections, conversations, time-honoured cooking aromas floating acr...

Taking its cues from the architecturally designed rural home it forms part of, this clean-lined kitchen reflects personality and modernity, with its extensive functionality downplayed visually

Many kitchens present a pale, restrained aesthetic to the world. However, this dark-toned kitchen by designer Annika Rowson achieves a more dramatic presence