Step 2: Select your colour scheme
The ideal colour scheme for your kitchen layout should suit the size and shape of your room. To take the time and stress out of the colour selection process, we have chosen three colour schemes for your Island kitchen project. Problem solved.
Island Kitchen: Dark Tone
Not only does an island bench open up a kitchen to increased socialising, eating, prepping, and cooking room, it also makes a strong style statement. Create a streamlined island bench in Terrace Pearl that will give you extra storage space with shelves and deep bottom drawers.
The dramatic combination of marble, metal and stone make for a luxurious feeling modern kitchen.
Take this colour palette to the next level by using subtle metallic accents that mirror the Brushed Silver kicker in your appliances and fittings. For a luxurious edge, incorporate coloured cabinetry interiors in Bliss Shitake.
Island Kitchen: Mid-Tone
Raw natural colours and textures provide an industrial feel for a modern yet timeless looking kitchen.
The warmth of Silky Maple cabinetry combined with Grey Cement benchtops provides a soft tranquil feel to your space. Add light timber tones, glossy metallics and hints of green that contrast beautifully with grey and pick up tones in the cabinetry. Add edge with simple silver hardware and pendent lights – just one, or cluster several, above the island bench to complete your kitchen’s look and flood your benchtop with light.
Island Kitchen: Light Tone
A nature-inspired combination of tones, including textures of woodgrain and stone, create a crisp and contemporary space.
Create an airy feel to your kitchen using warm white walls to bring out natural light, and timber flooring to mirror Natural Oak cabinetry. Bring out Cocoa Sand’s various tones and colours by grouting tiles in a matching shade. Warm White on the cabinetry interior gives even more freshness to the space and a pop of surprise.