Kitchen. Monday , August 07th , 2017 - 09:10:42 AM
Make a splash, satisfy your colour cravings with a vivid splashback – it’s an especially good approach if you’re daunted by the thought of colourful units. It’s also relatively simple to change your scheme in future if you fancy a change. Pink and red highlights help to make the blue splashback stand out even more than it would on its own, but again are confined to easily modified bits and bobs.
Find inspiration in modern art, bring energy to a scheme with zinging shades of yellow. This unusual kitchen, with its sleek blocks of colour, is inspired by the artist Mondrian. The floor makes a huge visual impact, turning what is otherwise heavily neutral into something spectacular and noteworthy. We love it.
Be mellow yellow, team rustic wooden furniture with pale yellow walls and low-hanging pendant lights for a rustic country look that will endure. Unvarnished wood acts almost like a halfway house between both colours, blending seamlessly with the scheme. Privacy film used on the bottom panes of the windows stops prying eyes peeking in, but also creates a pretty feature with the tree design.