Many parts of the UK recently enjoyed one of the hottest early May bank holidays on record, and the warm weather might have tempted you to give your kitchen a tropical makeover. We have highlighted three of the best kitchen paint colours to choose if you want to bring the summer into your cook space.
Tunsgate Green is one of Farrow & Ball’s palest green shades, but it is a fantastic colour if you wish to make your kitchen feel inspired by nature. This hue has a fresh feel that will transform your cooking space by bridging the gap between the indoors and outside. The colour – named after the location of one of the company’s first showrooms – is refreshing and pairs very well with All White.
Middleton Pink is a delicate, cheerful pink that will brighten any kitchen and make a space feel far more welcoming throughout the summer months. Alluding to blooming flowers ensures the shade is not an overly feminine colour, and you can pair this shade with different varieties of white to produce different styles – All White will complement traditional schemes, while Great White will better suit urban and modern environments.
Dayroom Yellow, meanwhile, is a slightly hazy colour that is fantastic at inviting a feeling of sunshine into your home. Paint your kitchen walls in this shade – as shown here in our online kitchen design tool – and it will seem as if it is flooded with light. Combine with a picture of sunflowers or a beach to ensure that your cooking area is as vibrant and summery as possible. This effect might even help brighten dark winter evenings, too.
These paint colours will imbue a feeling of summer into your cook space. Each of these shades will also complement any of our solid wood worktops, and can be easily changed when you next decide to update your kitchen. Create your dream cooking zone on our online kitchen design tool, which offers thousands of possible combinations and the ability to try out different schemes before committing.