My colour feature page in Country Home Ideas this month is all about how to create a classic kitchen scheme. I love this look and chose an image from Roseleigh Homes featuring a bench top of Caesarstone Statuario Nuvo, which is one of my favourites at the moment. Partnered with a smart neutral grey and a classic white subway tile, this look is great for lovers of the country/farmhouse style. You can read more in the image below – just double click on it if it is not clear enough.
I hope you enjoyed the article – the main point I think you should take away from this is to find a starting point for your colour scheme. I like to design from the floor up and this is particularly important if you are using a porcelain tile with an underlying colour or natural stone. Timber flooring is a little more straight forward. So once you have this in place, consider the bench top next as when you look closely at it there will invariably be good colour starting points for you here.
If you are interested in reading more about kitchen design you may be interested in the following posts that I have written:
One lament that I often hear from clients is that there is just too much choice in the market now! This is great but does have its challenges and if you are considering a new bench top then this post is an in-depth look at all the different types to choose from, including the classic Caesarstone. It gives you the pros and cons of each type which will hopefully answer a few questions for you:
My Pinterest boards have heaps of inspiration for kitchen design and colour and I would love to hear from you in the comments section below if you are planning a kitchen renovation.