In the kitchen, anything goes! For walls as for furniture, you are spoiled for choice in terms of colours. But if the doubt persists in you, discover the rhythm of the rainbow, the ideal colours to sublimate this room of life.
01) Heat with the orange and chocolate duo
Orange and chocolate, are two warm shades with ethnic connotations that go perfectly together. Associate with light wood, because, dark, would darken your kitchen while softer wood species will temper these tonic colours.
02) The softness of a grey-blue
Gray-blue can energize a kitchen with a stroke of the brush and is even ideal for a small room. This soft colour is right on the pastel trend. The greyish-blue goes perfectly with white, grey, or light wood furniture, but you can also play on the range of blues by painting one of the walls in a more intense shade.
03) Mint green, the colour of the year
Mint green, one of the most vibrant colours on the colour palette, was popular in the 1950s and 1960s kitchens. This retro shade is making a big comeback. Mint green is a very soft colour that will remain very sober if it is associated with white. To energize it, we can play on the harmony of pastel tones with pale pink and lemon yellow for a retro atmosphere.
04) Yellow and grey for a sunny kitchen
Yellow is a perfect colour for a cheerful and bright kitchen. But choosing yellow furniture and walls may be a bit too radical a bias that would tend to tire. We then tame this sunny shade with grey which harmonizes perfectly with it.
05) Softness of white
White is ideal for those who want to play with sobriety or who have an open kitchen and therefore want it to blend in with the decor of the house. To break the clinical side of the total white look, you can bet on coloured accessories or household appliances.
06) Kitchens see red (and black)
Very fashionable a few months ago, red kitchens do not seem to give way. We particularly like this bright shade when it invites black to join it in the kitchen. Black furniture and splashback or red wall, is an ideal combo. However, be careful with the total look. Red is too exciting a colour to dress up a room where you spend as much time as the kitchen.
07) Timeless anthracite
The industrial style is essential in our kitchens and charcoal grey is its flagship color. In association with raw wood or aluminium elements, grey is chic, trendy, and adapts to any interior. Fashionable but timeless.
08) Klein Blue
Colour of summer and the seaside, blue seduces in kitchens. Why not succumb to the colour that is making a winning comeback, Klein blue? Perfect for a section of the wall or the tall units of your cupboards, it can also be tried flat above a shelf or in a niche. A fanciful and elegant effect is guaranteed, when paired with white.
09) Beige and taupe, we never tire of it
These two brown tones do not fade when they meet. On the contrary, their association works wonderfully. Bright but fresh, this greige duo blends wonderfully with light wood. And with it, we can afford all the fantasies: cement tile backsplash, terracotta tiles, …
10) Black is black!
More masculine, this elegant kitchen focuses on timeless details, authentic wood, and clean lines. Choose a white countertop to create a nice contrast. So chic!
For a family kitchen, very pleasant to live in, we adopt a slightly aged grey on rather classic furniture. Thus, we find the charm of the kitchens of yesteryear for guaranteed neo-country decor!
12) High fashion
All in nuances, this kitchen plays with very trendy natural colours. A mixture of taupe, beige, and chestnut, the softness of the tones brings conviviality and a real refinement to this room.
13) A little warmth
We brighten up an overly classic kitchen with mustard yellow on the walls. Indeed, this colour makes your interior shine and warms up this somewhat sad black-and-white ensemble. The idea also: we mix the chairs and styles around the table for an offbeat spirit.
14) All in peace
Particularly invigorating in decoration, green evokes nature and freshness. It is even credited with anti-stress virtues. With this almond green, this kitchen, already imbued with softness with these light wood furniture, is a most peaceful space.
15) We bring light
Blue is a miracle colour. It enlarges the room, illuminates it, and makes it more soothing, and sublime. In short, we prefer indigo, cyan, azure … In this kitchen, the walls are adorned with bright turquoise, enough to give character to the kitchen in all lightness.