Getting Colourful In The Kitchen

Kate Lambert - February 10, 2020
Getting Colourful In The Kitchen

People often get creative with the food that they cook in the kitchen, but have you ever considered adding colour to your countertops or walls to add a splash of colour to the heart of the home in time for spring? When it comes to adding colour to your kitchen, you don’t have to go all out. There are a number of innovative ways you can add a hint of pink, blue, red, orange, yellow or purple to your kitchen without taking away its sleek design. Here’s how.

Coloured Glass Splashbacks

Kitchen splashbacks are useful for a number of reasons. In addition to having good heat resistance, there is a huge colour selection available for glass splashbacks. This includes the range of quality paints and colours, meaning that you can find a splashback that perfectly matches your kitchen décor. Better yet, if you don’t want to redecorate your entire kitchen, you can still add a pop of colour to the room by installing a glass splashback or replacing one that you may already have. Not only does this make it more cost-effective, but it is likely to outweigh the total cost of installing a tiled splashback too.

Contrasting Coloured Kitchen Unit Doors

People often play it safe in the kitchen, opting for natural colours that can be distributed throughout the home. However, why not step out of your comfort zone and opt for contrasting coloured kitchen unit doors? Two-tone kitchen cabinets are in and are likely to be a big trend for 2020. From black and gold cabinets, to black and white cabinets set off with marble countertops, the possibilities here are endless!

Blend Of Different Textures

Texture is important around the home – not just in the living room or bedroom! You can easily incorporate a blend of different textures into your kitchen by updating the materials present in the room send parcel cheap. An aesthetically pleasing style could be wood combined with daintily decorated tiles against a white wall or glossy white cabinets styled with marble worktops and warm wood. Other popular ways to use texture in the kitchen include textured work surfaces, statement walls and the use of different metals to add more detail to the room.

BORA Pure Hobs

At the end of last year, BORA Pure introduced a range of different colour nozzles, allowing people to add colour to their kitchen without breaking the bank. Colours include:

  • Black
  • Rose Gold
  • Red
  • Lime Green
  • Orange
  • Blue

Simple yet effective, the different coloured nozzles suitable for BORA Pure really does mean that cooking has never looked so good!

SPEKVA Solid Worktops

SPEKVA solid worktops offer both smooth and textured finishes, which are wonderful for breakfast bars – and when adding texture into your kitchen! As well as being easy to maintain, SPEKVA worktops are designed to provide a safe foundation for cooking, helping you to feel safe in the kitchen. With the ability to be treated with natural oils, you can make sure that new work surface maintains its new glow year after year!


With Spring and Summer fast approaching, now is the perfect time to update your kitchen and add that all-important splash of colour and texture to update your cooking experience. How do you plan to prep your kitchen?

Add colour to your kitchen with confidence by contacting a member of the Lambert Welch Kitchen’s expert team on 020 8444 6777, today.