Two-tone kitchens are a fantastic expressive kitchen statement and are a trend that has only grown in popularity in recent years. There are many ways to create a beautiful two-tone kitchen, whether you want to combine two solid colours or utilise a solid colour in combination with a textured wood or stone effect door. In this blog we’re exploring some of the combinations recommended by our suppliers as well as some of our recent two-tone installations across the Sussex county.
With a solid colour two-tone kitchen, the options are almost limitless, careful selection of colours however is extremely important to reflect the dynamic that you want to achieve in your kitchen. Two-tones can be used to create a bold and bright kitchen space, a neutral and more subtle kitchen or a light but contemporary kitchen area. With solid colour two-tone kitchens, it is also important to think of your choice of accessories and features. A more neutral kitchen space is often associated with a more traditional aesthetic and bold colours more modern – like with any design this varies though. Incorporating the right colours and beautifully designing a solid colour two-tone kitchen requires delicate balance and is where the expert opinion of our designers is extremely valuable.
Wood effect two-tone is an extremely popular option for a twenty-first century kitchen. The introduction of wood into the kitchen helps to bring the outside in, and depending on your selection, often brings warmth to the kitchen space. Our wood effect two-tone kitchens are best showcased through our German suppliers who offer many light and medium oak options, darker walnut finishes and even black woodgrain textures. As the darkness of the wood increases so does the warmth it brings to a kitchen space, culminating with the black woodgrain texture that instead offers an ultra-modern dynamic.
Incorporating a stone effect into the kitchen is a bold choice. It brings an earthy and rugged feel, more appropriate for a modern kitchen space where it can be teamed with flashy appliances like venting hobs and boiling taps to contribute to the aesthetic. This earthy and rugged feel is more synonymous with our German suppliers Bauformat and Nobilia, who specialise more so in modern kitchens. For a more muted but still impactful stone effect two-tone kitchen our British supplier Mereway has recently unveiled several new options from their luxurious Q-Line collection, which team well with a more classic kitchen feel.
In recent years we have installed many two-tone kitchens, each showcasing a kitchen designed uniquely to a customer’s requirements. Use the links below to read about some of our fantastic recent projects in greater detail.
Image one: Mereway light grey and Tyrolean blue kitchen
Image two: Nobilia Contrast kitchen
Image three: Stunning, traditional kitchen from Mereway
Image four: Nobilia Slate Grey and Havana Oak Kitchen
Like with all our renovations we offer a completely free design & quote service for kitchens. If you’ve found the perfect colour combination to suit your space or are settled on a single colour option, then why not have it designed to fit your home?
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