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5 way to incorporate the warm colours kitchen trend into your home
Ideas & Inspiration / 14 Jan 2021
Warm colours are going to be big in 2021, and we can’t wait to see what our kitchen designers have in store.
Our warm colour palette encompasses an array of earthy tones and toasty neutrals that can be incorporated into your kitchen’s design in an endless number of ways.
Winter is the perfect time to embrace warm colours and create a cosy, welcoming space amongst the cold weather and dark days. Whether you’re partial to modern kitchen designs or if classic kitchens are more your style, our stunning array of on-trend colours will provide you with a versatile base and add instant warmth to your abode.
Here are some of the ways you can incorporate warm colours into your home.
1 - An inviting, one tone warm kitchen
A sure way to create a warm, cosy vibe is to use a warm neutral tone in the entirety of your cabinetry. Using a warm colour throughout your kitchen’s design will help create a more intimate atmosphere if your room is on the larger size.
Highland Stone is as versatile as it is beautiful, so it’s no wonder it’s a firm favourite with customers when it comes to using a single colour throughout a kitchen’s design.
2 - Mix warming oak with toasty neutrals
Solva Natural Oak and Farringdon Grey
When it comes to warmth, there’s nothing quite like natural oak. Take your classically snug oak kitchen to the next level and modernize it with a greige kitchen island.
Farringdon Grey is a beautifully earthy tone that’s works wonders when mixed with Natural Oak.
3 - Mix and match warm modern kitchen finishes
Deco Tundra Stone and Twilight feauting Portland Oak open shelving
Opting for a modern kitchen doesn’t have to mean choosing a white or gloss finish. Mixing and matching modern finishes will let your personal style truly flourish and produce a kitchen that stands out from the crowd.
Create a modern two-tone kitchen design by mixing the warm, life-like stone finishes of our Deco range and add warming Portland oak in open shelving or wine storage for a rustic touch.
4 - Warm country style features
Carnegie Stone Grey with Tuscan Walnut cabinetry and Milano Arctic Frost worktops
Warm colours are natural associated with classic, country-style kitchens. Enhance your quintessential British shaker kitchen with design features like this warm mantle for an idyllic farmhouse look and glass cabinetry to expose life-like wood cabinetry interiors such as Tuscan Walnut.
5 - Warm gloss kitchen
When you picture gloss kitchens, light and bright probably springs to mind. Whilst white gloss kitchens are great, opting for a warm, earthy hue such as Stone Grey will create a kitchen that’s a little different. Opting for warm tones will also give you the flexibility to incorporate wood finishes like this beautiful Portland Oak shelving area.
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