Kitchen. Friday , September 29th , 2017 - 08:32:59 AM
If you’re going for an entirely black-and-white scheme, make one shade dominant rather than giving each equal prominence. A predominantly white scheme has fresh appeal, but don’t overlook the elegance of a dark scheme with hints of white. Alternatively stick to accessories for a softer finish. Monochrome works with all tones of timber, as well as greys and pure shades, such as emerald green.
Neutral cream is also the perfect backdrop for accent colours. Add pops of colour to a cream kitchen with patterned blinds and seat cushions, pendant lighting and cookware. Take a browse through our gallery of beautiful decorating ideas and find a cream kitchen that’s the right fit for your home. If you like the neutral look, check out our round up of the best grey kitchens around.
Galley kitchens are the top choice of professional chefs and aspiring amateurs as they are super-efficient. Two runs of kitchen units run parallel to one another, putting everything within easy reach. This may not be the best solution for small kitchens, as you need an absolute minimum of 120cm between the runs of units to allow for safe traffic flow – 140cm if more than one person is likely to be cooking.