Two Tones

Living Etc - - DESIGN ⁄ PROJECT -

White re­mains the fail-safe choice for kitchen cab­i­netry, but colour is creep­ing into the con­ver­sa­tion, with two (or more) door shades as the talk­ing point. cov­eted com­bi­na­tions in­clude blue and a more neu­tral hue, or two shades of the same colour – grey gets our vote. Use a darker tone on base units and re­serve the lighter shade for wall cab­i­nets to stop your kitchen look­ing top heavy. Al­ter­na­tively, make a state­ment of your is­land by paint­ing it a dif­fer­ent colour from the rest of the kitchen.

Project de­tails Far­row & Ball’s Down Pipe packs a se­ri­ously stylish punch in this Mowlem & Co kitchen, where tall, dark and hand­some units stretch to the ceil­ing to max­imise stor­age. A low ceil­ing could have been an is­sue, had it not been for a healthy dose of stony Ground paint (also Far­row & Ball) to lighten the vis­ual load. what it lacks in height, this kitchen more than makes up for in space. A trio of pen­dants em­pha­sises the generous 4004 Raw Con­crete work­top, from around £300sq m, Cae­sar­stone. A Mowlem & Co kitchen starts from £30,000.

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