When trying to decide on your colour scheme for your kitchen it’s like a balancing act, as you want to be on-trend, but you don’t want to be stuck with features that appear dated after a couple of years. We have rounded up 15 of the best options!
Grey is the new black when it comes to kitchen colour schemes, it doesn’t matter if its light, dark or a mix of both, grey will always set the standard for chic kitchen style.
White on White
A solid crisp surface or natural marble countertop goes perfectly with an all-white kitchen. This will be the perfect style for you if you want a look that will never look dated.
For a few years, two-toned kitchens have been trendy and that doesn’t seem to change anytime soon. The classic black and white palette is always a safe bet but wood/white, grey/white and light grey/dark grey also works.
Casual Farmhouse Style
This style has taken over the design scene for the past few years. It has a lot of natural elements, light colour combinations and open shelving. It is an excellent option for people who are really organised and have amazing things they want to display.
Stainless steel will always remain king in the kitchen, but a lot of people are starting to shift towards colourful appliances and vintage styles. Red, blue and yellow are dominating this trend at the moment. This style is a great way to showcase your individual style.
By contrasting your floor colour to your cabinets, it will add depth and texture to your kitchen. You can pair deep wood or rich tiles with lighter kitchens and it will lighten up your cabinets if they are dark. The juxtaposition is one that will surprise you.
If you combine different metals like iron, silver and pewter it will add an industrial element to your kitchen without having to commit to an entire design. It adds a little bit of edge to a traditional home without making it look out of place.
Traditional oak cabinets are now out, but wood alternatives like bamboo and modern veneers with deep grain are now in!
Blue and White
The new “It” colour combination is now blue and white according to major home fashion outlets. Whether you have a navy and white nautical theme or just a vintage baby blue and white, it never really goes out of style.
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