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Battle Of The Blues

As you may already know, colour has made quite a dramatic comeback to the kitchen. Gone are the days of an all white kitchen, and whilst neutral greys are still popular in the classic country kitchen styles, there is one colour that has definitely caught our eye recently and a lot of our clients too- the beautiful blue. Gone are the days when people can spend an obscene amount on a kitchen, and with houses generally decreasing in size alongside budgets, people are generally investing in smaller kitchens. Those who are looking to invest in a new kitchen are often turning to the calming colour blue, and are choosing Naked Kitchens to create the kitchen for them, as they can get a high end quality kitchen without the high end price tag. Contemporary Compact Kitchens Pale pastel blues can look incredible in a smaller space, bouncing light from windows to create the illusion of much more space and keeping the room light and fresh. By choosing such a bright and unusual kitchen colour, the eyes are instantly drawn to the area, and with minimal accessories throughout, there is no distraction from this incredible space. Design: 2LG Photography: Megan Taylor Bolder blues can look equally as stunning and keep the room feeling airy and spacious, whilst making a statement that will still look amazing in years to come. Mixing the bright Breton Blue with the incredible Walnut Wide Block worktops creates a beautiful vibe that feels instantly homely, despite being in a cool urban retreat in London. Using shaker style doors on this frameless kitchen creates a seamless design, perfect for the small space it adorns. Photography: NK Design and Build The Hague Blue cabinets in the Portobello kitchen mix perfectly with the natural Oak cabinets and features, creating a interesting feature between the colour and timber. This mix of blues and oak ensures this area remains fresh and doesn't feel boxed in due to it being such a compact area. By keeping the island all timber and bright white quartz, and having a backdrop of blue draws the eye to look at the whole kitchen and not just focus on one part, giving the illusion that the space is larger than it actually is, as each section is different and really holds its own. Shaker Kitchens And whilst the contemporary kitchens seem to be winning the battle of the blues, that doesn't mean large classic shaker kitchens can't look just as beautiful with an injection of blue. One of our incredible shaker designs- the Cley Kitchen has incorporated blue into the kitchen in a large way, with a whole section of cabinets painted in the beautiful Hague Blue (a favourite colour of our clients it would seem). Whilst remaining a beautifully classic kitchen design that will look forever timeless, an injection of colour allows this kitchen to keep up to date with trends and cater to the modern shaker obsession that is taking over. Check out our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook page for more pictures, and keep an eye on our website for new kitchen designs coming soon!

Awards...

harpley

WINNER

2019

KITCHEN DESIGNER OF THE YEAR PROJECT COST UP TO £30,000

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harpley

FINALIST

2020

KITCHEN DESIGNER OF THE YEAR PROJECT COST £20,000-£50,000

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highgate

FINALIST

2020

KITCHEN DESIGNER OF THE YEAR PROJECT COST OVER £50,000

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SHORTLISTED

2020

BEST
KITCHEN SUPPLIER

Homebuilding
&Renovating

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FINALIST

2022

KITCHEN DESIGNER OF THE YEAR PROJECT COST UP TO £30,000

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FINALIST

2023

KITCHEN DESIGNER OF THE YEAR PROJECT COST UP TO £30,000

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