Posted by Rhian Burrell, on April 13, 2023.
Creating your dream kitchen can be both an exciting and daunting task. How do you make sure you make the right choices? Afterall investing in a bespoke, handmade design means it’s going to be in your home for many years to come.
Colour choice is one of the key decisions and is often one that many clients go back and forth on.
The beauty of a bespoke kitchen means that we can create a design that suits whatever colour pallet takes your fancy. From natural earthy colours to deep blues and sometimes even a multicoloured options, we’ve seen them all.
But with spring finally in the air we thought we’d showcase some of our more colourful colours, for those who like a bit of adventure.
Green has become increasingly popular and works equally well with shaker and contemporary kitchens. Complimenting green cabinetry with metallic hardware and pairing it with light and white worktops creates a striking contrast.
Some of our top picks for a green pallet from Mylands are:
Mint Street No.95
Myrtle Green No.168
Brompton Road No.205
With a flurry of muted pink shades making their way in to may beautifully designed interiors it is no surprise that they are starting to creep into kitchen designs too. For the bolder among us committing to cabinetry in pink is an option, for those who want a more subtle hint then chosing splashbacks, islands and painted inners can be the perfect way to incorporate pink into your design.
Our top picks for a pink pallet from Mylands are:
Soho House No. 266
Bloomsbury No. 267
Covent Garden Floral No. 270
Yellow is said to bring positive feelings, joy happiness and hope. Inject some sunshine into your kitchen all year round by opting for a yellow colour pallet. From a light pastel yellow to pure sunshine and bold mustards the options are endless. And again, you don’t need to cover every surface in the room in it, pops of yellow in carefully selected areas could be just enough.
Our top picks for a yellow pallet from Mylands are:
Walbrook No. 142
Pimlico No. 136
If you are considering a new forever kitchen we’d love to talk to you. Please get in touch.