If you’re considering redesigning your kitchen, and want a colour combination that will stand the test of time, consider choosing a grey and white kitchen. These colours compliment each other beautifully, and there are plenty of options to consider when it comes to different shades of grey so you can create a kitchen that truly reflects your style. What’s more, you can personalise your space with your choice of cabinets, tiles, appliances and more.
White gloss kitchens are truly timeless - you just can’t go wrong with this style. Crisp and fresh, a gloss white kitchen leaves you with a blank canvas to personalise to your tastes. It’s perfect for a smaller kitchen as white helps to open up the space and make your kitchen feel bigger, and it works just as well for modern kitchens as it does for traditional and shaker styles.
With a blank canvas to work from, it can be a bit daunting trying to visualise how you can make this style work for your kitchen, so let’s take a look at some of the different things you can do with gloss white kitchens.
Classic and contemporary at the same time, a white kitchen is always a good idea. But what’s the best way to incorporate a white kitchen into your home? Should you go for all-white walls, cabinets and appliances? Or is it better to mix it up with splashes of colour here and there? Let’s take a look at some of the different ways you can style up white kitchens to suit your personal taste.
If you’re considering a kitchen redesign and wondering what colour to go for, think about going for a green kitchen. There are so many options to choose from, with green kitchen paint in myriad shades from mint green to dark forest green.
There’s also the option to include green kitchen cabinets, a green floor or appliances and accessories in the shade of your choice. Let’s take a look at some of the options.
If you’re considering a kitchen redesign, blue has probably already crossed your mind. It’s a highly versatile colour, making it perfect for kitchens of all sizes, no matter whether you have lots of space and a kitchen island, or are working with a smaller space such as a galley kitchen.
If you choose a lighter shade of blue, it can create a clean, crisp look that opens up the space. A darker blue is atmospheric, although it can be overpowering so if you’re thinking of going for all-over dark blue, it may work better if you have a bigger kitchen. Otherwise, don’t be afraid to experiment with blue accents and pops of colour with blue kitchen cabinets or walls.
While cupboards make up the majority of the storage space in your kitchen, open or closed shelving units can be invaluable in breaking up blocks of cabinet units, maximising cupboard space or adding decorative features to your space.
Here are some of our favourite kitchen storage shelf ideas, to make sure no bit of your kitchen goes unused.