Stuck on choosing a colour for your kitchen?
Whilst colour has the power to change moods, it can also change the look and feel of a room completely. As the kitchen is a central hub where the majority of families spend most of their time socialising and coming together, it’s key that the colour you choose suits you and your family whilst creating a room you just won’t want to leave.
Whether you go for a bold, moody dark pallet or keep it simple and neutral – Here is some inspiration to help you decide.
A popular choice, giving you a simple, classic base to decorate the rest of the kitchen with pops of colour. A practical option that will stand the test of time and not go out of style.
Why not pair grey with a blue, green or pink high-level cabinetry or feature island to mix it up.
Take a look at our Manor Farm project pairing classic grey and blue cabinetry
A calming, elegant colour that creates a showstopping, blank canvas for you to make your mark. Opt for a minimal, stripped back look in line with the Japanese minimalist trend. Or, pair your white with bright, vibrant appliances and artwork to bring real personality to the room.
White is a great choice to let the design and other elements of your kitchen be the standout feature of the room like this brass worktop and splash back.
A striking, classic option. At Honest Kitchens, we love our Farrow and Ball blue shades; Railings, Inchyra Blue, Down Pipe, Hague Blue and Vardo. All so different and unique.
Blue kitchens hold a real sense of timeless sophistication, whilst being able to withstand everyday family life, little hands and messy cooking.
We like to pair blue with a calming white or grey cabinetry- Or make the cabinetry the focal point and choose a strong, darker blue and pair it with a traditional brass handle to add elegance.
A calming, natural feel to your home. Ideal to come home to after a busy day and unwind.
We like to think that green kitchens mirror how their owner will live, recycling and living green!
A statement colour, oozing personality.
We’ve recently completed our [Kings heath] kitchen where the client wanted to express the family’s creativity and love of colour through the kitchen where they spend most of their time. We even paired it with a bright orange larder interior and the results really are stunning.
Farrow & Balls’ Setting Plaster has made us re-think our favourite kitchen colours.
The subtle, warming tone bring heaps of personality to a kitchen and looks impeccable next to white quartz or wooden worktop. We’ve seen it work wonders in industrial look kitchens and the traditional country kitchens – It’s a shade you can really put your own spin and style on.