Nobody wants a drab and dull home, this means that it is a good idea to inject a spot of colour every now and then. One room that you might not think about adding colour in is the kitchen. However, just like the rest of your home, painted kitchens can work really well.
Not sure that you are going to be able to make a painted kitchen work? If not, then why not check out our top tips for making a painted kitchen work for you?
One of the easiest ways to add colour to your kitchen is to have colourful doors. These can then be combined with neutral or plain cabinets or worktops, adding a splash of colour that is eye catching but not overpowering.
Like the idea of being able to combine colour with glass fronted cabinets? Why not see if you can combine the interior of your cabinets with a colour? This simple touch will show through the cabinet doors and give a subtle look that is modern and stylish.
If you think that your kitchen could benefit from one focal point, then why not paint a door a bright colour? This won’t be overpowering and will give you a splash of colour that will be a great addition to your space.
So, this isn’t strictly painting, but it is a great way to add colour to your kitchen. Tiles are not only available in an assortment of shapes, sizes and styles, but they also come in a rainbow of colours too. This is ideal if you can’t decide on just one colour, or want to add some texture to your room
One thing that every kitchen has to have is crockery and cutlery. Not only does this help you to eat and drink, but if you treat yourself to brightly coloured items then it can give a colourful effect to your kitchen, without you even having to pick up a paintbrush.
The great thing about colour is that you don’t have to always be subtle. In fact, if you want to be bold then go for it. Colour is a great way to breathe life into your space and in the most part, the bolder you are with your choice, the better the end result will be.
Here at Better Kitchens we love painted kitchens as much as we love neutral kitchens, after all, the design and colour scheme of your kitchen is all down to you. You should make sure that it suits your needs and of course, your own sense of style too.