We manufacture and install hundreds of Shaker kitchens nationwide. It’s always exciting to see which Little Greene colour a client has chosen. Today we wanted to select a few that really embrace the opportunity to be colourful in the kitchen.
Orange kitchens are making a comeback, and this treehouse kitchen combines timeless classic design with modern and on-trend touches. Combined with the surrounding cladding and herringbone flooring, this kitchen, painted in ‘Heat’, adds warmth and depth to the tree house.
Little Greene introduced their green colour card at the start of 2018 and since we’ve seen numerous green kitchens. After lots of consideration this project in Upper Poppleton decided to paint all their Shaker cabinets in Little Greene ‘Puck’, a luxury dark green.
The cabinets have been finished using ‘Cordoba’ by Little Greene in this Hertfordshire project. We powder coated the handles to match with the deep aubergine colour, as with all our bespoke projects, the small details make the biggest difference.
The Guildford kitchen is a Shaker style kitchen, painted in the colour ‘Basalt’ by Little Greene Paint which provides a contrast to the copper, quartz and reclaimed elements featured throughout. The natural texture of the reclaimed pine breakfast bar adds so much rustic charm to this contemporary family kitchen.
Tea with Florence (310)
Like all our Shaker kitchens the cabinets on this Essex project have been handcrafted at our workshop in Yorkshire. ‘Tea with Florence’ paint by The Little Greene Paint Company was selected to contrast against the beautiful herringbone floor.
If you are interested in adding some fresh colour in your home then why not get in touch with one of our designers. Whatever the project do feel free to contact us, and one of our in-house kitchen designers will be happy to help.