We don't just keep on top of the latest kitchen trends!

Keeping up to date with all interior design trends means our designers can advise customers on bespoke elements throughout the home. Farrow & Ball is a leading company for predicting the paint colour trends that will certainly impact kitchen design in 2022.

“They are an eclectic mix of the pure and the humble that evokes the warmth and harmony of a more innocent age while celebrating life today.”                        -Farrow & Ball Colour Curator Joa Studholme

Babouche No.223 – The cheerful and uncomplicated Babouche is the perfect tone for a return to normality. While bold, it never feels garish or overpowering. Rooms that feature Babouche appear to be full of sunshine, especially when combined with understated School House White. The palette itself has a simple, folksy feel, but its use across the walls, bath panel and floor creates an overall look that is incredibly striking.

School House White No.291 – There is something so familiar and comforting about colours such as  School House White, especially when paired with colours like Stone Blue  that instantly transports you to the past. School House White is pared back, timeless and familiar but has a subtle sophistication that makes it the perfect foil for stronger hues like the lively tones of Stone Blue.

Farrow and Ball Top 5 Colour Trends 2022, school house white, babouche, breakfast room green, stone blue and incarndine

Breakfast Room Green No.81 – Using one colour on both walls and woodwork, such as lively Breakfast Room Green, can make a room look bigger by disguising the limits of  the space. The bold use of this colour creates exceptional background for art, or furniture which can be upcycled with a lick of Modern Eggshell.

Stone Blue No.86 – When introduced sparingly and in surprising ways (perhaps on a door or a kitchen unit) Stone Blue can  add a modern feel with a vintage flavour. 

Incarnadine No.248 – The strong classic tones of Incarnadine is a way to introduce some excitement against more modest tones such as School House White.

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