Get some inspiration from these daring and wonderful kitchen colour schemes. Colour is a significant element of design that can completely change a kitchen's mood. It can transform your perception of a space, making it seem brighter and wider, and it can pull your attention towards features that need to be highlighted. And, indeed, it’s an excellent way of expressing the person you are!
1. Leave walls exposed
Select a scheme of colour that will definitely work for you – this doesn't mean it needs to have bright colours. Even though it is totally neutral, this room has so many exciting features. Very on-trend at the moment is exposed brickwork and adds warmth, with its earthy tones. Pictures of monochrome hang in groups on the wall and are also an eye-catching aspect of the scheme.
2. Add a pale blue
Sustain a simple appearance with units of pale-blue that add in some coloration. Worktops of grey provide practicality and durability, whilst merging into the background and letting the mint blue grab your attention. Wall paint and white tiles, in addition to appliances of stainless-steel, likewise, don't ask for the spotlight, but makes the colour scheme stunning in its simpleness.
3. Brighten up
Enliven a stark white kitchen with fluid shapes and eye-catching colours. Pink and red chairs fit well with bright yellow accessories. The rest of the colour scheme is white, though touches of colour raise to another level.
4. Be mellow yellow
Pair light yellow walls with rustic wooden furniture and pendant lights that hang low for a look of the rustic country that will last for a long while. Wood that's unvarnished behaves almost like a mid-point between each colour, mixing effortlessly with the scheme. Film used on the lower panes of the windows prevents people peering into your home, though it also makes for a beautiful feature with it's tree formation.