Two tone kitchens are on trend. Here are some of the dual coloured kitchen sprays that we’ve completed so far this year.
The above kitchen was sprayed in Farrow & Ball’s Lamp Room Gray and Railings (Railings being the darker colour used to coat the lower kitchen cupboards). As you’ll see below, there are a variety of ways that you can choose to combine two colours.
Farrow & Ball’s Cornforth White & Hague Blue
Some customers choose to have their upper cupboards sprayed in one shade and their lower cupboards sprayed darker. This customer chose Cornforth White for her top cupboards (and the lower cupboard on the right) and Hague Blue for the remainder. We love this colour combination!
Valspar Weathered Cottage & RAL 1015 Light Ivory
These customers chose a similar way to combine two colours. The bottom kitchen cupboards and island were sprayed in Weathered Cottage and the top cupboards were sprayed in Light Ivory.
Farrow & Ball’s Plummett & Hague Blue
These customers chose Plummett for the spray of all of their kitchen cupboards and Hague Blue for their island and side cabinet, to add a splash of colour to the room.
RAL 9010 Pure White & RAL 7015 Slate Grey
This customer chose to have her cupboards sprayed in one colour (Pure White) with her island sprayed in a contrasting colour (Slate Grey). Slate Grey may have been a little too overwhelming for the whole kitchen whereas with the combination chosen, her kitchen looks beautiful, bright and stylish.
Farrow & Ball’s All White & Jitney
These customers also chose two colours for their kitchen respray. The top sections were sprayed in All White and the bottom in Jitney. White is such a versatile colour as it compliments so many different colours.
If you’d like advice in relation to having your kitchen spray painted in two tones, get in touch with our friendly team.