Colourful kitchens in earthy tones have been a real trend since early 2020. Traditional kitchens are now taking on a modern twist in bold colours like dark green, navy and grey. So is this trend set to continue? Well, according to Ideal Home magazine, it is!
Choosing the right colour for your kitchen
You can be bold and choose a kitchen in your favourite hue or, if you want something a little more subtle, you could punctuate the space with small pops of colour.
According to Pinterest data collated by Tap Warehouse, navy, green, sage and, teal are all timeless favourites that have been popular in 2020 and continue to be this year. If you wish to embrace colour, then these are a good place to start. If you want something a little different, try red and orange tones which are growing in popularity.
Combination kitchen units
If you are finding it hard to pick your favourite, why settle for one colour? You can easily combine two colours to provide a complimentary but less standard design. Here are some examples of combination kitchens for inspiration.
Have a favourite colour but can't find a similar kitchen? We can provide a colour match service for some of our ranges.
If you want to create impactful colour, a bold glass splashback could work well. Keeping the rest of your kitchen in a neutral tone will allow you to make a striking statement. The best part about capturing colour in a splashback is that you can update this alone (without the need to replace the whole kitchen) if you want to choose a new hue in future.
Introducing colour to cabinet handles is simple, subtle and has the added benefit of being easy to change. Rose gold works very well with darker kitchen units and can match your sink and tap to create a cohesive look.
When you think of worktops, you probably think of earthy granite or glitzy quartz. However, colours are making their way into this year's top trends. Silestone by Cosentino recently launched their Sunlit Days collection with five key tones that provide Mediterranean colours in a muted, but eye-catching palette. You can view our guide to Sunlit Days here.
Painting is a great way to freshen up a space and can create dramatic results without too much effort. If you aren't sure about being committed to a colour on your whole kitchen, keep your units bright and crisp in white and express yourself with paint on your walls instead!
If you are hoping to introduce colour into your kitchen but prefer to change your decor frequently, adding accessories and plants is a wonderful way to brighten your space.
If you are thinking of redesigning your kitchen, Halo Interiors can help. With over 30 years of interior design knowledge, we can help design, supply and install your kitchen. Benefit from our expertise today by visiting our showroom.
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