Kitchen. Monday , August 07th , 2017 - 09:05:01 AM
Add a pale blue, keep the look simple with pale-blue units that inject a hint of colour. Grey worktops offer durability and practicality, while blending into the background and allowing the mint blue to grab the attention. White tiles and wall paint, plus the stainless-steel appliances, are similarly undemanding of the limelight, making this colour scheme beautiful in its simplicity.
Use lemons for limescale, to get rid of limescale in your kettle, simply fill it with water and lots of lemon juice. Let it soak for an hour, boil the kettle, empty and rinse, and don’t forget the bins, bins can harbour odours long after you’ve changed the bag. To avoid this, wash and dry the bin, and sprinkle a few spoonfuls of baking powder in the bottom. It really works.
Choose vibrant orange, give your kitchen instant wow factor with vibrant pops of colour on the splashback and island. The island here has been cleverly designed not to be overly imposing, with its colour hidden on a panel below the counter, rather than all over the unit. The sculptural design of the stainless-steel extractor fan gives a contemporary edge.