Why Cashmere is the new grey
Both grey and white kitchens have been popular for some time now, and are considered to be classic. However, the new neutral colour on the kitchen block is a warmer tone called ‘Cashmere’.
Calming and light, and with its warm undertones, just like the wool itself a cashmere kitchen will feel cosy and inviting whether your kitchen is large and spacious or compact and bijou.
A cashmere kitchen is suitable for a home of any size and period remaining elegant whatever your style.
As a warm neutral colour a cashmere kitchen can be accessorized with a variety of colours, even adding touches of white and grey in accessories if you want to.
Cashmere can look great with bright colours and you could consider orange, green and even blue for updating your kitchen necessities like toaster and kettle.
The cashmere colour is available throughout the range of bespoke kitchens offered by Colour Supplies, and you can have your choice of high gloss, on-trend matt, or satin finishes to the kitchen cupboards and drawer fronts, with an array of styles from contemporary to traditional including painted oak cupboards, and with or without handles.
Another idea which is proving very popular is to choose a neutral colour for most of the kitchen and then something more colourful perhaps for a kitchen island or peninsular. On this page are a couple of ideas that pair neutral cashmere with another colour which can be perfect when you don't want a bold colour on all your kitchen units.
Let a member of our experienced kitchen design team lead you through available options for a new cashmere kitchen, even giving you 3D realistic images (once you have had your in-home measuring appointment) of how your new kitchen will look.
Fill out our quick form if you are interested in a new dream kitchen designed by Colour Supplies and get ready for an exciting journey while our interior designer helps you find your new dream kitchen.
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