Whether you’re designing an industrial kitchen or dreaming of that perfect farmhouse look, no matter which bespoke kitchen style you choose the same question will pop up: What colour do you like? We’ve taken a look back at our painted kitchens and pulled out a selection that embraces a specific colour. From subtle greys to bold blues and everything in-between, let’s dive in at the deep end.
Glorious green kitchens are on-trend but they also stand the test of time, thanks to the variety of different shades available from Little Greene there will be a shade that suits you. Green feels at home as it’s so close to nature and, if used correctly, it can be the perfect solution to breathe life into a kitchen design.
Seeing black elements in a kitchen design is not new, from granite worktops to integrated appliances black has been in the background of many kitchens for years. As confidence has grown this colour has been used to create feature islands and even full bold kitchen designs. Don’t forget that black has a spectrum too and certain shades are very versatile.
After grey, blue is by far one of the most popular kitchen colors we discuss with clients. It’s classic, calming, and adds color without feeling too committing. It’s easily paired with light greys and has been used in many of our bespoke kitchen designs.
Grey kitchens are always in demand. Luxe, soothing, stylish and sometimes even daring, grey is one of the most versatile and liveable colors around. When used well it can add depth to neutral palettes, or make bolder shades seem more grounded. It’s the perfect neutral, able to be dressed up or down.
Orange kitchen colors are a great tool for creating optimistic, bright and modern kitchen design and decorating. Orange color schemes are warm and dramatic.
Pink kitchens were one of 2020’s top kitchen design trends, with striking pink kitchens dominating our Pinterest and Instagram feeds. Perhaps it’s because the colour is so warm, cheerful and playful, or perhaps it’s because the colour is so versatile; pair it with black, grey, or with concrete, and suddenly you’ll have an edgy, industrial or masculine looking scheme. Pair pink with blue or with green and you’ll create something zesty, energetic and dramatic. Or tone it down with woods or pastel shades.
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