Kitchen. Thursday , October 05th , 2017 - 19:48:42 PM
Pigeon perfect, varying the colour on kitchen cabinetry is a clever way to distort perspective and give the impression of more space,’ says Jasper Middleton, Design Director, Middleton Bespoke. ‘In this galley-style kitchen we used pale paint on the taller, more dominant cabinetry, making it appear to fade into the background a little. Painting the base units in a different, much darker shade helps draw the eyes away and distracts attention from the room’s narrow shape.
Don’t be afraid to mix patterns and scale. The trick is to surround pattern with something plain - except in the case of cushions. If you have bench seating, mix-and-match different designs for an informal feel. Take a look through our gallery to see which scheme’s the one for you!
Hand-painted bespoke cream kitchen. Could this be your dream kitchen? We just love the sleek, made-to-measure cabinetry and curved island in this sunny, light-filled room. Here a cream colour scheme has been chosen for the walls, painted cupboards, island unit and flooring. Reflective surfaces including worktops, a glass dining table and polished flooring allow light to bounce around the room, which has a lovely garden view.
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