3 Ways to Add Colour to Your Kitchen

If you’re looking to give your kitchen an update, adding in some colour can instantly refresh the space and make it brighter too. Regardless of what your budget is or how much of a statement you’re looking to make, you’re sure to love these three ways to add colour to your kitchen.

1. Opt for Colourful Kitchen Appliances

A really easy way to add colour to your kitchen is to opt for colourful appliances. If you’re trying to make a statement, choosing a colourful fridge freezer could be the perfect way to brighten up your kitchen.

1950's style fridge
The Smeg 50’s Style Freestanding Fridge Freezer, is a fantastic option for any home and is available in your choice of pastel green, pastel blue, and bold red! (johnlewis.com)

If you’re searching for ideas on a budget, or want to start with something subtle, look for small appliances in a range of great colours. The mustard tone of the Vete Ochre Kettle is especially suited to retro style kitchens, and the pretty Contemporary Blush Pink Jug Kettle will add some colour to a modern or monochrome space.

Retro-style microwave
This Retro 20-Litre Digital Microwave is another great option that’s guaranteed to stand out in your kitchen and is just as practical as it is on-trend. (very.co.uk)

2. Add Some Paint

Perhaps the most obvious way to bring colour into your kitchen is by adding some paint. This could be to the walls or cupboards and will instantly refresh the space. You might like to consider a feature wall rather than paint the whole room, and wallpaper could also be an option if you’d prefer something patterned or textured.

A kitchen transformed with a dark red accent colour
Transform White Kitchens with an Accent Wall (dulux.co.uk)

3. Choose a Grey Dining Set

Grey and oak finish dining set
For classic, country style kitchens, the Cornwall 120 cm Dining Table and 2 Benches is a great choice and combines grey with oak to give it a natural look. (very.co.uk)

Alternatively, the Scala Dining Table & 4 Jazz Grey Chairs is ideal for contemporary homes thanks to its marble effect top, chrome plated frame, and chairs wrapped in a light grey fabric.

Now that you’ve read these three ways to add colour to your kitchen, you can refresh and brighten up your space in line with your tastes and budget.

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