Turn your back on wash-out whites, cautious creams and grim greys and breathe life into a neutral scheme with an eye-popping splash of colour. These refreshing hues are a real mood booster and will transform the way you view your space…
The ‘Secret’ kitchen from Mowlem & Co is the perfect design for owners who don’t want the kitchen to dominate their open-plan living space. The kitchen is subtly hidden behind floor-to-ceiling pocket doors, which are hand-painted white to match the surrounding walls. The doors open to unveil a run of bold rich red laminate units. The red cabinetry is mirrored by a painted glass splashback and complemented by Osprey grey quartz worktops. Kitchen from £20,000. mowlemandco.com
Individualise your kitchen with a bright pop of colour!
Colour is a hotly discussed topic in the world of home interiors. The decision between blue and green may seem non-consequential at first, but the colour you choose could impact your mood every time you see it.
This bespoke Dune island from Pedini London combines a striking curvaceous design with a captivating Sand yellow gloss lacquer finish. The uniquely shaped kitchen unit features a bespoke hob and sink made specifically for the design. From £25,000. pedinilondon.co.uk
Blue is considered calming and cleansing — perfect to offset busy family mornings — while green (the colour of nature) is associated with rejuvenation and healing. Yellow is linked to improving focus, while red and orange are energetic colours, which will wake you up and prepare you for the day ahead.
This handleless ‘Form 2’ kitchen from Sola Kitchens is painted white. Its cool, clinical aesthetic is broken by bright orange laminate interiors, which inject warmth and personality into the otherwise stark scheme. Cabinet interior and exterior available in your choice of any NCS or RAL colour. Kitchen from £35,000. solakitchens.com
Each hue is available in an infinite degree of tones, from off-white that teases the faintest hint of colour, to the indisputably bold or the almost black. There is a vast spectrum of colours to choose from, but ultimately, you should pick a colour you love. Don’t fear, there is no right or wrong choice; it is simply a matter of personal preference…
Bring colour into your kitchen with vibrant accents. The S3 kitchen from SieMatic features an interchangeable colour system, which offers a flexible way to inject personality with colour. Shown here in Graphite Grey, with Maize Yellow handles and open display area. The island’s worktop is in matching Graphite Grey while the tall cabinets are in Lotus White. Kitchen from £18,000. siematic.co.uk
Adding colour in the kitchen allows the opportunity to stamp your own personality on a room. Crown Imperial’s ‘Rococo’ kitchen is ultra contemporary. It is shown here in vibrant yellow and modern white matt lacquer; its non-reflective finish is easy on the eye and soft to the touch. Kitchen from £15,000. crown-imperial.co.uk