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Using Colour in your Custom Designed Kitchen

Using Colour in your Custom Designed Kitchen

Always dreamed of having colour in your custom designed kitchen but was never brave enough to take the plunge? Below are some unique and easy ways to add colour to your kitchen.

Coloured kitchen splashbacks

Kitchen splashbacks are a new trend and they are an easy way to add colour to your kitchen. There are now a variety of different materials and finishes available such as kitchen splashback tiles, high quality diamond glass, mirrored splashbacks, stainless steel etc.

Coloured kitchen cabinets

Modern kitchens tend to favour a monochromatic colour scheme, but there are some designs that offer a colour to kitchen cabinets doors in subtle shades of grey or a red and black colour scheme.

Kitchen Islands

French provincial kitchens tend to favour the whites and creams in their paint finishes, but the French provincial style does incorporate baby blues and muted coffee browns also. Your kitchen island can be painted in a a variety of shades.

Kitchen benchtops

Kitchen benchtops are another way to add colour to your kitchen. Granite and laminate kitchen benchtops are available in a variety of colours and textures.

Coloured concrete, moulded solid surfaces and coloured ceramic tiles are also popular benchtop finishes and ways to inject colour into your kitchen.

At Harrington Kitchens, our team of professionals will be with you every step of the way, from the initial design consultation to the installation of the final cabinet in your kitchen.

Harrington Kitchens offers a wide variety of kitchen designs and styles including:

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.

1Comment
  • Louise
    Posted at 18:05h, 03 December Reply

    Great advice! So much to think about 🙂

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