Spring colours

Spring Colours

What better way to embrace the season than to freshen up the heart of your home with a spring colour palette? Spring is an ideal time to redecorate or revamp your kitchen. The great thing about colour is that it allows you get that fresh, updated look with minimal effort.

Modern mint

While pastel colours have closely been associated with the shabby chic trend, mint has actually made a comeback in modern design. Team with the monochrome look or with white, copper, and plenty of greenery, for trendy, minimalist up-to-date style.

Alternatively, you could keep things more traditional and enhance your country cottage kitchen with mint. The colour looks great with natural materials like wood and is great for accessorising with.

Spring Colours

Bright bazaar

If spring brights are more your thing, why not team a crisp, white kitchen with acid bright shades in aqua, lime green and orange. This look isn’t for the faint-hearted but you can be sure that the feature colours will instantly brighten up your kitchen.

For a softer look, that’s still energetic and bright, why not team your vibrant colours with neutral shades of grey rather than white? This will tone the look down a little.

Spring Colours

Naturally neutral

If you’re looking for a timeless kitchen design, you can’t beat a neutral colour palette. For spring, think about shades like mocha, peach, clay and mauve – all of which work perfectly for the season and the rest of the year.

With neutral colours, you can afford to use them throughout your kitchen design. Paint a feature fall, use one of the shades for your cupboard doors, create a funky splashback, and accessorise with complementary dishcloths, pots, and pans.

Spring Colours

Colour your kitchen: Our top tips

 

  1. When playing with spring colour, it’s a good idea to keep things simple. Opt for a pop of colour rather than painting all your walls. This will ensure you kitchen doesn’t quickly become outdated.

 

  1. Make the most of accessories and use them to help create a colour scheme. Flowers, pretty tea towels, and pieces of artwork will all make lovely additions to your kitchen space.

 

  1. Lighting can make a huge difference to the way your colour works – so don’t forget to consider this when choosing your colours.

 

  1. When it comes to countertops, it’s best to keep colours neutral and versatile. Cabinet doors, on the other hand, are easily replaceable – so you can afford to be more daring.

 

  1. Finally, choose colour that you love. There’s no point picking a colour palette just because it’s in fashion. For a colour scheme to work it needs to be 100% you.

 

If you’d like to add a touch of spring to your home, why not contact the Kitchen Design Team today? We’ll be able to walk you through our latest designs and help you to add some designer spring style to your home. Visit your nearest designer kitchen showroom today.

 

In the meantime, why not be inspired by some of our clients’ bright designs? You’ll find zesty lime, a hint of purple, and a touch of aqua!

 

What are your favourite colours for spring? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @ModernKitchens

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