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Kitchen units can totally transform a kitchens design, adding individuality and character.
In recent years we have see more colours come into the mix such as the ever popular greys and the new blues too. The warmer grey kitchen units can offer a different feel to those blue based state shades for example.
Contrasting Kitchen Units
Contrasting colours can give energy to your kitchen. When looking at the popular shades of grey more pale softer colours can work better in smaller kitchens. If you have a much larger space then bolder sections of colour can work well. We have created a few recent designs which incorporated an island that was painted in a deeper or contrasting colour to the main kitchen units. In-turn adding a focal point in the room.
Base cabinets which are in darker shades than the wall units can help the overall design looking top heavy. If you are looking for a more stronger contrast then consider light and dark or perhaps two shades of greys.
Too much heavy colour can also make a room feel smaller, therefore you want to balance things out with a neutral coloured floor and walls.
Natural, earth colours, greys and sands blend harmoniously. The popular cool shades of grey look great with stainless steel and bright coloured accents such as splash backs and bar stools.
This is a newer trend which has grown more and more over the past few years.
A more simple, minimalist look which blends seamlessly offering a fresh shiny modern style. Available in a wide choice of colours again, many customers are choosing to contrast a couple of different shades within their kitchen design.
Furthermore often with handless kitchens, you can achieve a perfect flow into your dining living area ideal for open plan living.
Another important factor with handless units is there are fewer places for dirt and grime to get trapped. They also can prevent children and pets getting injured or caught on the handles.
Shaker Kitchen Units
If you are looking for a kitchen design which is stylish and sleek then perhaps a shaker one could be for you. While currently the handless designs are very popular, the original shaker cabinets go back as far as the 18th century.
Shakers still showcase today the skills of manufacturing and craftmanship. These units can look great in kitchens and bathrooms.
A versatile design which is on trend and certainly fills the gap between a modern and traditional look. Corian, wood and granite worktops can all suit this design very well. In addition, rose gold, copper or silver handles can certainly finish these kitchen units off beautifully.
Choosing your Kitchen Design
No matter what kitchen units you decide on, creating your ideal kitchen starts with a visit to our beautiful showroom. We can walk you through the huge choices of styles, materials and colours available. To ensure you get the right one which suits your requirements.
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