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Colour can be an evasive subject, and because there are seemingly few hard-and-fast rules, it can be difficult to know if your palette is right. Get your kitchen’s colour palette right from the start and your room will be harmonious and cohesive. Get it wrong and you risk some elements looking out of place. In today’s blog, we run through several key principles when it comes to selecting colours.  Use this as a guide to choose a design theme for your kitchen, from designing a palette to applying your colour scheme to your interior design. Think about your general style Certain styles lend themselves more readily to particular colour palettes. Do you gravitate more towards modern, sleek and cutting-edge design, or do you prefer something traditional or mid-century? When it comes to materials, do you prefer natural materials like wood and stone, or do you lean towards a more manufactured vibe with brushed steel

September is in full swing and as the sun is coming up in time for the warmer months, interior designers are turning their heads towards summer trends. If you’re looking to update your kitchen for the summer months, try a few trends on for size. While you should keep your foundations the same, you can play around with accessories, artwork and pops of colour to keep your home looking fresh. Here are our picks for the upcoming season that you can incorporate without sacrificing the timeless you’ve come to love in your kitchen. Natural elements It may come as no surprise, given the influence nature has played in the past couple of years of design – but natural elements are making a return. This season, we’ll see houseplants galore, along with tasteful wicker baskets, intricate macrame wall hangings and found objects. The natural trend will also transition into our soft furnishings, with cushions

Your pantry is an essential piece of your kitchen puzzle, and for a few good reasons. Not only does it provide storage for your food, serving ware and cooking utensils, but an effective pantry can be a stunning design centrepiece too. Although most of the time a pantry’s contents are hidden behind closed doors – meaning clutter won’t spoil the design of your room – the actual design of your pantry could be make or break in terms of how organised and efficient you are when cooking and entertaining. Size and Capacity  Think about how much you want to store in the pantry, and how much you can afford to spread in different cupboards, drawers and buffets around the kitchen and dining area. A cramped pantry could make it difficult to stay organised and find ingredients. One that’s too large might mean you lose ingredients to its