Kitchen Colour Trends 2023/24
Introducing our latest collection
Six new on-trend pastel door colours to bring style and individuality to your home
We expect to see much more colour in the kitchen as we move through 2023 and beyond. Mix and match colours with woodgrain textures or stone for a modern and contemporary home.
We are finally ready to say goodbye to cold greys and boring beiges. Pastel tones in muted hues are slowly but surely replacing neutrals as a base colour in the home.
Over the last year or so, there has been a huge shift in interior design trends. Consumers are now looking to add personality and individuality to the home.
Flexibility is key; at Reface everything we do is bespoke! We will work with you and your existing kitchen to create a tailored design plan that is completely unique to your style and the daily demands of your space.
How do I create a successful kitchen colour scheme?
The key to a successful interior is layering; for the ultimate stylish home we recommend mixing and matching colours in tonal layers, and adding natural elements like wood and stone. This can be tricky to get right! That is why our design experts are on hand to help guide you through the process and assist you in making those all-important design decisions.
Stop by our Hillington or Rutherglen showrooms and we can help you create your perfect mood board.
PRO DESIGN TIP: Keep a photograph of your mood board on your phone; this is a handy reference when out shopping for the final touches for your space.
Are you looking for some kitchen design inspiration? Keep scrolling to see our new door colours in action.
Creamy Beige Kitchen
Beige is making a come-back with warm grey undertones instead of the harsh yellow tones previously seen throughout the early 2000s. Carat Beige is a creamy pastel neutral with a warm undertone.
Looking to create a warm, light and modern interior? Pair a Carat Beige kitchen with mid-toned wooden flooring and black accents to create a miniamal but cosy kitchen design.
Image Credit: &shuffl.
Rust Red Kitchen
Choose Rusty Red if you are looking for a bold design choice which is intense but not too colourful. The addition of grey pigments gives this red colour a high-quality finish that works well in combination with both woodgrain and patterned decors.
Love maximalist design? Incorporate Rusty Red, textured wood and terrazzo tiles into your interior scheme for a high-impact design statement.
Kitchen design by Buro White.
Warm Beige Kitchen
Almond Beige is a soft warm neutral with a rosy undertone. This subtle pastel beige pairs beautifully with pale woods and brushed metals.
If you are a fan of Scandinavian or Japanese minimal design, then Almond Beige is the perfect choice to create a stunning Japandi interior.
Kitchen by Danish kitchen-design studio Nicolaj Bo.
The New Blue Kitchen
Welcome to the new blue. Misty Blue is an alternative to the classic navy blue kitchen; get the same traditional look but with a lighter and brighter feel. Use in combination with light to medium woodgrains, and pair with a cool grey stone for a mix of warm and cool textures.
Not over grey interiors? Misty blue has a similar cool undertone to grey and works beautifully with grey stone worktops and a matching splashback. Adding small amounts of white washed oak will add a touch of subtle warmth to your design.
Kitchen by Black Canvas Architects.
Warm Grey Kitchen
A deep earthy neutral, Cubanit Grey has an air of sophistication and lends itself to high-end design.
Looking to make your home feel more expensive? Pair a Cubanit Grey kitchen with a natural stone worktop and splashback, woodgrains that have a slight grey tint, and black or brass accents.
Image Credit: Behance.
Sage Green Kitchen
Sage has become hugely popular in recent years, almost being accepted as a neutral. Reed Green is a natural green shade that is subtle thanks to its grey undertone.
Do you appreciate both warm and cool interiors? Reed green works perfectly with both ends of the spectrum. Combinations with woods in medium to dark brown look natural, earthy and modern. While combinations with grey or white look classic and fresh.
Image Credits. Left: www.home-designing.com/ Right: Behance.