07 Apr Best Colours to Paint a Kitchen
Choosing the right colour scheme to paint your new kitchen can be a tricky and time-consuming decision with so many shades to choose from. A smart option is to choose a kitchen colour scheme that will stand the test of time as it will be favoured by the majority of homeowners and won’t go out of style. Read on to find a classic and timeless colour scheme to suit your taste and your new kitchen.
Grey is a great neutral colour to consider as it can have a calming effect on any room and pairs well with most colours and materials. A grey will work well in a French provincial kitchen as the subtle, soft colours highlight the detailed designs and create a sophisticated feel. Soft greys can be used to create a colour scheme that will never date in both modern and traditional style kitchens. Pair grey colour cabinets with a natural granite bench top in varying tones of grey.
White and Timber
The natural elements of timber make it a timeless choice, creating a welcoming and homely feel in your kitchen. Combining timber with a classic white will create a beautiful contrast. For a contemporary style, pair your timber colour with a modern crisp white or for a traditional kitchen, go for a creamier shade. Avoid timber that has a red or dark tone and use a natural light shade for a perfect timeless choice.
Black, White and Grey
A black and white contrasted kitchen is much loved in a modern styled space and an easy scheme to live with. It gives off a smart and sophisticated style from a crisp white to a pure black. Soften the harsh contrast with a hint of grey tones in your kitchen bench top. If you feel black makes too much of an impact, choose glossy finishes to help bounce light around the room however use sparingly in small kitchens.
White on White
White leaves a fresh and clean feel to a kitchen and is a very popular timeless colour scheme as it is easily paired with any kitchen material. Opt for a cooler shade of white with a slight blue undertone for a sophisticated and bright kitchen. Pair white kitchen cabinets with a crisp white based Caesarstone bench top.
A natural colour palette doesn’t have to be boring; it can add a warm and homely feel to your kitchen. This colour scheme is timeless as the shades aren’t overpowering and works well with modern or traditional style cabinets. Think sandy or creamy shades for your kitchen cabinets complemented with a cream based natural stone or granite bench top.
The best way to choose a colour scheme is to think about the surrounding kitchen materials, bench tops, cabinets, splashback and flooring you plan to install. Here at Harrington Kitchens, our experienced designers take the time to get to know your style and can help you with any colour scheme in your kitchen, offering plenty of suggestions.
Harrington Kitchens offers a wide variety of kitchen designs and styles including:
- French Provincial Kitchens
- Modern Kitchens
- Classic Kitchens
- Laminate Kitchens
- Timber Kitchens
- Polyurethane Kitchens
- Country Kitchens
- Outdoor Kitchens
For more information on our various kitchen designs, please visit our Gallery. Our Gallery brings together a selection of our custom kitchen designs ranging from traditional to contemporary kitchens. Each kitchen style has the flexibility to work in any home environment and can be designed to suit all tastes and budgets.
The entire Harrington Kitchens team is focused on designing kitchens that utilise premium materials and offer each and every customer the highest level of service. Harrington Kitchens partners with the best quality kitchen suppliers within the kitchen manufacturing industry and employs experienced and professional tradesmen to ensure the longevity of your custom designed kitchen.
For a free quote and free design consultation please contact us at Harrington Kitchens on (02) 4647 4474 or submit an online enquiry, alternatively you are welcome to visit the Harrington Kitchens Showroom at 12 Graham Hill Road Narellan NSW or 5 Old Hume Highway, Mittagong NSW.
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