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      Colour Trends


      1. Industrial spaces for the modern kitchen

      The industrial style continues to be a big hit in 2021, influenced by metalwork and urban environments this trend always looks great and so functional. Easy to mix with sophisticated stone or wood textures its perfect for dark and moody themes to create ambiance and elegance.


      22mm PVC Edged Work Surfaces Slim worktops are very popular in modern kitchen design so our 22mm worktops are a perfect choice. Also available as matching upstands and splashbacks.

      2. Providence Blue the new timeless shade

      With many darker blues rising in popularity in 2020, lighter blues set to feature more heavily in the kitchen for 2021. Providence Blue, a new soft blue-grey pastel shade that combines metallics and captures a timeless colour scheme that will work in a variety of homes and styles and offer a welcoming tone to every kitchen space.

      3. Pebble (soft, calming & versatile)

      Pebble, set to become even more popular for 2021, adds natural warmth whilst keeping a clean base to mix with other neutral tones. Accents of blacks and light wood finishes can be used well to complete a modern, timeless kitchen space.

      4. Indigo

      The blue revolution

      For a long time, the interior design colour of the moment has been grey, but recently dark blue tones are taking over in the popularity stakes and Indigo Blue was created with this in mind. Available in Urban and Princeton as well as a paint to order colour across all of our painted ranges.

      5. Dusky Pink going viral

      This trendy hue is getting a lot of attention again thanks to it’s delightfully modern feel. It has become one of the most Instagrammable colours in home decor, so there’s no surprise we created a kitchen to celebrate the power of pink. Dusky Pink sits comfortably with black and brass tones to create a fresh new look and brighter kitchen space. Dusky Pink is available across all of our paint to order kitchen ranges

      6. Brass is the new gold

      It is time to welcome brass accents back into our homes. Brass is a surprisingly warm and subtle alternative when paired with strong colours such as Bottle Green and Indigo. It adds an everyday sense of elegance to even the simplest of kitchens. 2020 has seen the launch of a number of Brass accents across our range such as the Brass Inline trim and a number of brass door handles.

      7. Go Green

      Darker kitchen colours are increasing in popularity and to meet this growing trend, we have launched Bottle Green. Whether it’s on cabinets or a paint shade adorning walls, green rules in the heart of our homes. All shades of green are invigorating our living spaces and the new Bottle Green and Atlantic Green sits with our other recently launched paint colours, available across all of our paint to order kitchen ranges.

      8. Marble perfect for any style

      Classic marble is one of the most popular choices for worktops right now. Just scroll through Pinterest and you’ll see it trending in shot after shot showcased in every style of kitchen, from traditional to uber modern. Arctic Marble and Marble Bianco are just two of the work surfaces that have been launched into the kitchen collection in 2020.

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