May’s warm and welcoming ‘Colours of the Month’ are perfect for a kitchen that doubles up as a cosy spot for entertaining guests. If throwing dinner parties is a common activity in your house, why not serve up one of these bright and inviting shades for a stove-side gathering where everyone feels right at home. Whether you are creating a feature wall or choosing painted frontals for solid oak kitchen cabinets, these high quality paints from Farrow & Ball are sure to brighten up your kitchen.
Farrow & Ball’s bright and sunny Babouche brings cheer to kitchen cabinetry by the bagful, making it particularly perfect for kitchens with limited natural light. Shades of yellow give added sophistication when teamed with elegant grey, so we suggest pairing this paint with Plummett to give this playful colour a grown-up twist.
If you are partial to blue tones, Cook’s Blue is a splendid choice, and is a richer, brighter alternative to powder blue. Cook’s Blue looks excellent on woodwork, such as solid oak kitchen doors, and sits beautifully alongside pale timber surfaces such as our maple worktops.
Our third ‘Colour of the Month’ is striking Charlotte’s Locks. This spicy shade is a fantastic feature colour for wood kitchens, and – inspired by the orange accents of 1950s kitchens – is a fashionable and eye-catching shade that makes a great talking point.
If your imagination has been captured by these inviting paint colours, you may be interested to hear about our solid oak frontal sample service. With this handy service, miniature replicas of our cupboard doors can be ordered in either the Shaker or Traditional style, and are available in a lacquered, painted or sanded finish. Take advantage of our sample service to discover the high quality materials and finish synonymous with our entire collection – without even leaving the house.