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Kitchen Colour Schemes That Will Last Forever

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Renovating your kitchen is an exciting yet daunting task and for most people it’s something they only want to do once. It’s important to get the colour scheme right so it doesn’t date and lasts the same life as the kitchen itself. In association with our partners at Hipages, here are four colour schemes to be inspired by if you’re looking to update your kitchen.
Black, White and Grey
Separating black and white block colours with grey tones creates a long lasting look that remains sophisticated.
White on White
White on white isn’t everyones cup of tea but it’s certainly timeless. It’s an easy colour to match other kitchen accessories and appliances with and creates a high end finished look.
White and Timber
There’s something very natural about a timber and white combination, these two pallets compliment each other well. Laminate is now commonly available for a budget alternative.
Blues and Greys
These tones together are great for anyone who enjoys more colour without going overboard or being fearful of it dating. Adding a splash of white helps to break up the darkness.
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