How to bring colour into your fitted kitchen
Kitchens are the heart of the home and it’s important that you create a fitted kitchen that you enjoy spending time in. Whether that is whilst your cooking, having family time or entertaining friends and family. So you need a colour combination that will work in all situations. You might be looking to add a pop of colour into your kitchen, but how do you add colour without going overboard and it being too overpowering?
Well this blog is all about adding colour into your fitted kitchen!
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Choosing a black gloss finish for your units and work tops would work perfectly with any bright colour in the rest of the room. Bright colours can give a room some extra dimension and it could even put you in a happier, cheerier mood.
If you’re a fan of darker colours, look for deeper tones of the colours such as blue and red. If you do go with darker tones, you’re adding an extra layer of protection when it comes to stain resistance just in the colour alone.
However, if you’re unsure about how far you want to go with bringing colour into your fitted kitchen North West, then why not think about a feature wall or dressing things up with accessories? A feature wall means you can really focus on one particular wall and keep the rest of the kitchen neutral.
If you decide to dress your room up with accessories, the retail world is your oyster. You could choose a bright coloured kettle, toaster and microwave trio and bring in matching tea towels, bins, vases etc. It’s also an easy way to keep your fitted kitchen looking fresh if you want to change the colour every so often. It’s not as permanent as other kitchen decoration options.
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