Be ingenious by these prodigious with daring kitchen colour schemes. Colour is a strong design tool that completely alters the atmosphere of a kitchen. It can change your perception of the space, making it feel wider plus brighter, as well as it can draw the eye towards features worth highlighting. in-conjunction with, of course, it's a great way to express personality.
In the past, there may have been more of an all‐or‐nothing approach to colour in the kitchen – remember burnt orange plus avocado green in the 1970s? The new palette is a bit more restrained, with darker plus greys or pale blues, inky shades proving a big hit – though that does not mean you can not have fun with kitchen colour, as you will see in the schemes below. Tone is important too — even within the grey family, warmer greys create a different feel from blue—based shades of slate.
Give your kitchen immediate wow factor with vibrant pops of colour on the splashback in-conjunction with island. The island here‐has–been cleverly designed not to be overly imposing, with its colour hidden on a panel below the counter, rather than all over the unit. The sculptural blueprint of the stainless—steel extractor fan awards a contemporary edge.
Go for a super‐sleek scheme with impressive navy units in a handleless design. The white floor tiles plus island aren't to be overlooked, though, as they help the colour to ‘pop‘, creating the maximum possible impact. Floor–to–ceiling units are the key here, as it means the colour on the walls is uninterrupted, which helps to give the clean look that is vital to this scheme.
Satisfy your colour cravings with a vivid splashback ‐ it’s an especially good approach if you're daunted by the thought of colourful units. It’s also quite simple to change your scheme in future if you fancy a modify. Red also pink centerpieces help to make the blue splashback stand out even more than it would on its own, but again are confined to easily modified bits or bobs. The pendant—lights above the dining area climax the space, while picking out the colours of the wallpaper. This—scheme is all about blends, from the combination of grey with yellow to the juxtaposition of industrial or feminine.
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