I would love a classic painted kitchen, like this one from bespoke furniture maker, Woodstock Furniture.
Every piece of furniture is unique, so you can choose the exact shape and size or your cabinets, which can be spray-painted or painted by hand, in any shade you desire.
Although, I would probably play it safe and opt for cream, you can afford to be brave with your colour choice in a painted kitchen, because you can always repaint it at a later date, if you decide you don’t like it, after all.
So, here are some more gorgeous painted kitchen schemes to inspire you.
The oh-so-fashionable grey shade in this kitchen is a sophisticated match for the elegant Georgian-inspired joinery.
Grey painted cabinetry has been teamed with a pale worktop, walls and floor to add interest and help reflect the light.
The shocking pink island is clearly the star in this scheme. The rest of the kitchen has been kept very simple and neutral so it can really shine.
This contemporary kitchen has been given a softer finish than the standard lacquer. Modern, colour blocking techniques have been used to great effect, in the form of a bright fuschia island, royal blue wall and soft grey cabinets.
The wall of floor-to-ceiling cupboards provides bags of storage and the teal doors introduce a solid pop of colour to this large white kitchen, which could have looked rather bland.
A major plus point of a painted kitchen is that you don’t have to stick to just one colour. Using two or more shades adds interest and can help define different zones.
A mix of painted cabinetry and natural wood is a great way to add interest, especially in a large kitchen. Here, the pale painted units contrast beautifully with the dark walnut.
Finally, soft, pale shades balance out the low ceiling and help add light to this family kitchen.
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