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 reinvented kitchen features hand-worked surfaces along with touches of wrought iron together evoking an artisanal look that ties back to the Italian-style villa it forms part of

Inverted cones supporting the island create a sculptural feature in this rural kitchen by Celia Visser Design

A vibrant colour scheme, dedicated drinks drawers and layered worksurfaces make this kitchen an entertainer's dream

Kitchen and living room project features wall of wood cabinets with black interiors, concealing kitchen storage and a study nook.

Emerald green tiles, kauri plywood cabinets and black melamine cabinets combine to create an attractive tonal composition in this modest kitchen

Rustic island cabinetry adds an Arts and Crafts flavour to this contemporary kitchen with a long cantilevered island countertop

Renovated kitchen with extra long island and Italian tile splashback adds contemporary style to an Arts and Crafts home

Concrete, brick, Melteca and stainless steel were the materials of choice for this spacious semi-industrial kitchen, which makes a design feature of the L shape

Part of a lakeside home, this relaxed kitchen in distressed oak veneer with rear pantry is designed for its open connections and sheer convenience

This contemporary black and white kitchen with waterfall benchtop and negative detail cabinet handles offers a sculptural look to the open plan living spaces

In this wood-rich environment, the floor is American oak, the ceiling plywood and the kitchen cabinetry is in anegre dark tiles also feature in the design

In this entertainer's kitchen, everything sits behind a wall of built-in, floor-to-ceiling wood cabinets that's designed to look like a large pie...