If you want to create an understated elegance for your kitchen design and love natural materials, then Cashmere is always a great option.
Rising in popularity, this light, bright and inviting shade has white and cream undertones, rather than grey, so feels warm and calm. It can make your space look bigger and it bounces light around the room. Cashmere feels very contemporary compared to cream and is such a versatile colour for the kitchen and allows you lots of options for worktops and splashbacks. Cashmere’s chalky shade and warm tint mean that it pairs well with many of your favourite paint colours and looks fantastic when designed with natural materials such as oak breakfast bars and flooring.
This Bradburys of Exeter client kitchen features cashmere soft matt units by WARENDORF – Die Küche, Silestone worktops in Desert Silver, a SPEKVA oak breakfast bar, and a DecoGlaze splashback in pebble grey.
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Here’s how you can create a beautiful cashmere kitchen design scheme for your home.
- Cashmere units by WARENDORF – Die Küche from Bradburys of Exeter
- Theo pendants by TLW-The Light Works.
- Silestone Desert Silver
- Deco Glaze glass in Linen
- Quooker fusion hot tap
- Tonon bar stool – Signiture
- Spekva oak rustique
- Miele ArtLine oven