kitchen design colour trends 2019
There's nothing like a handmade painted kitchen to reflect the latest colour trends. Regardless of whether you choose a contemporary design or a handmade traditional kitchen design. A painted kitchen can be kept up to date for years to come giving it a timeless appeal. Repainting as interior design colour change will keep the kitchen design fresh and current. Visit Beau-Port Kitchens in Bentworth, near Alton and Southsea in Portsmouth to discuss all your new kitchens needs. Colours can be matched to your interiors or the very latest kitchen design trends.
Kitchen colour design trends for 2019 include a selection of blues with hints of grey, purple and green. Blue with a grey accent evokes calm, less industrial than previous greys. Blues for for 2019 include is a softened misty blue. This moody blue has a calming grey undertone that promotes a more serene energy in the home. Gone is the thinking that blue is a cold colour. The new mid blues are warmer than denim and softer than navy, with the slightest hint of green they have a coastal feel and are very much on trend in the home and the kitchen for 2019. Painted furniture such as a hand made pantry or drinks cabinet can accent and add focus to the kitchen design.
Another great colour for kitchen design and hand painted furniture in 2019 are variations of green. Choose traditional Hunter Green for timeless elegance or make a statement with a handmade kitchen island painted in Hunter Green. Forest Greens are also very much in vogue for 2019. These deep greens that are inspired by nature will bring outdoors into the home and kitchen. Pale greens with light undertones are the perfect partner for the dramatic dark greens, great for promoting a natural tranquillity. Rotpunkt contemporary German kitchen furniture is available in a range of forest inspired tones, leaf and wood effect colours in addition to left bare and ready to paint wood finish.
2019 is closing the door on the stark white kitchen, clean and crisp it will remain a popular choice but with a contemporary or luxury twist. Add pops of colour with large powder coated lamp shades, bright coloured stools and soft furnishings. Marble worktops, beautifully veined with greys, blues and greens will add a luxurious look to the kitchen or fake it with quartz work tops, inspired by the natural beauty of marble. A quartz worktops with up to 93% stone provides the same dramatic effect and a low maintenance alternative.
Matte black will continue to be a prominent finish for kitchen fixtures. The StudioLine range of appliances from Siemens reflect this trend perfectly. Rotpunkt have a range or door and drawer colours with a fine line accents in black in addition to a fantastic range of metal framed doors which are available in black and patterned glass perfect for this years industrial look kitchen. Use black as a smart fresh accent colour in light and white kitchens, its a great way to add a dramatic design element without darkening the kitchen.
In 2019 kitchen lighting will be distinguished by lively jewel colours and warm copper tones injecting life into an otherwise utilitarian kitchen. Remote controlled kitchen lighting under wall units will allow you to flood your worktops with light when you need it, lights beneath an island and low level wall units will create an illusion of space. Turn the lights down to create ambience as you socialise in the kitchen.