Sometimes when planning on updating your kitchen the only inspiration you can have is that it just needs to be changed. But how do you go about getting the freshest colours in the kitchen of your dreams?
Maybe you’ve had it for a few years now and the kitchen is looking a little tired? Maybe day-to-day family life has made the wrong kind of chips appear? Or maybe you’ve recently moved house to a new property and the kitchen really, really, really needs to be brought out of the mid-1980s.
How do you pick the colour? Well, while it seems that the classic kitchen cabinetry colour is white, last year’s on-trend colour was a navy blue (kind of apt for 2020).
This year though the shade is red (well, according to Ideal Home). Obviously not postbox red, though there’s enough shades to help stimulate your appetite.
As you can see from the pictures, red cabinetry can really make a kitchen feel fresh and welcoming. Gone are the white doors that can sometimes seem a little minimalist, red can give off a feeling of great warmth.
In home decoration media online and in magazines there are so many invigorating colour combinations for you to consider, and certainly for when you book an appointment with us it is helpful to have a mood board of ideas. Maybe red isn’t your colour though a rich shade of green will help make your kitchen come alive again.
If you are considering refreshing your kitchen and want to renew it in a colour a way from flat-pack cabinetry white, why not get in contact and try out our Colour Consultancy. With a range of forty colours we can arrange a new look for your kitchen, because while it might have been ‘acceptable in the 80s’ doesn’t mean you shouldn’t put up with it now.
We offer this bespoke service in the Leeds, Harrogate, Wetherby, and York areas. Get in contact and let’s see which colours make you tick.