Main kitchen image

Beautiful cream kitchen ideas

Warmer than a brilliant white, cream can be a beautiful, calming colour for a kitchen – a perfect vibe for the hardest-working room in the house. Here are some creamy kitchen cabinet ideas – both traditional and contemporary – to inspire you.

Cream kitchen cabinets

Cream cabinet fronts can act as a neutral base for a colour pops and contrasts, or they can be the star of the show in a calm, all-cream kitchen. After colour, the two big decisions on cabinets are whether to go for a traditional in-frame style such as Shaker, or a modern frameless look; and whether to go for handles, which are a great for colour and detail, or for sleek handleless doors and drawers.

Cream Shaker kitchens

The Norfolk Vicarage kitchen is a bespoke Shaker kitchen in soft neutrals, light oak colours, creams and – for contrast – a black AGA. With its mix of in-frame Shaker cabinetry and contemporary touches like the ‘cocktail corner' and smoothie-making area, it's a beautiful blend of the traditional and the new.

Modern cream kitchens

The Scandi-influenced Glaven kitchen is sleek, functional and modern. The island and tall cabinets are painted in Naked Kitchens' Seal Pup White colour and the combination with the brushed limed-grain oak feels calm and contemporary, minimalist but with a soft, creamy edge.

Traditional country cream kitchens

Creamy Shaker cabinets and drawers, beading and cornices, exposed oak details and traditional corbels and shelves above an AGA – the Raynham kitchen delivers the farmhouse look, while still being a beautifully light, airy and functional space.

Our own palette of Naked Colours are inspired by the North Norfolk geology and landscape, with neutrals, greys and whites.

Seal Pup
Baked Cley

We also offer a bespoke colour matching service to get exactly the cream you want, and we have a uniquely efficient sprayline to ensure a durable, flawless finish.

Create your dream kitchen

have you been inspired? make it reality

Winner

2024

Best of Houzz Service

Finalist

2024

Kitchen Designer of The Year

Finalist

2023

Kitchen Designer of The Year

Finalist

2022

Kitchen Designer of The Year

Finalist

2020

Kitchen Designer of The Year

Winner

2019

Kitchen Designer of The Year

Questions & Answers

1

Do you fit?

We are just as happy to fit, or simply supply the kitchen for your contractors to take it from there. Many of our clients are undergoing wider renovation projects, so using the contractor or a local carpenter or fitter can often be the most cost-effective option.

We are now also offering a fitting service in Greater London and the surrounding area, so please enquire with your designer as part of your design consultation and we'd be happy to help!

2

Do you come on site to measure?

A final site measure is all part of the fitting service, but if you would like us to come and do a final measure if your contractors are fitting, that's no problem. Depending on the complexity of the space and the travel distance from either London or Norfolk, the site measure starts from £250. All we ask is that your room is ready for us!

3

Where can I see one of your kitchens?

We'd love for you to visit us at either our London Showroom or our Norfolk Showroom .

4

Do you supply appliances?

Absolutely. We work directly with lots of fantastic partners, such as Neff, Miele, Bora, Gaggenau, Siemens & Quooker, among many others. Find out more on our appliances page

Choose your style

Your global style will be applied to each applicable cabinet in our catalogue. It will not affect your products in the basket.


Your browser is outdated!

Our website may not work correctly in your current browser, We recommend that you update to a modern browser.

Update my browser now

×