create your dream style with our new colours

check out our design advice below, where we explore five different interior styles and how you can achieve the look in your kitchen with our new door and panel colours

We have recently launched a range of new door and panel colours, including a variety of timber-look woodgrains, muted greens, greys and shades of blue, empowering you to create the perfect tonal palette!

If you’re planning a renovation and are a little unsure about how to achieve a specific style or aesthetic, check out our kitchen design tips below!

get the elevated coastal look

The coastal look is a classic and timeless style, whether you’re located by the coast or not, you can incorporate this aesthetic into your home due to its timeless, neutral vibe. When planning a modern coastal kitchen, think crisp whites, modern profile doors and try to incorporate some texture where possible. This may be through two tone cabinetry, in this case we have used our new ghost ash and feta whip v doors and panels or you could include some timber open shelving to add some personality to the space. To really elevate the look, we included our worn gold salento handles, which help to add a sense of lux.

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get the modern look

The modern look is a style that most people gravitate towards, as it can be achieved in a number of ways. A few things to consider when creating a modern aesthetic, is to not over complicate the design and material choices. We would recommend a flat, modern profile, and if you want to create a really seamless look, go handless! Including elements such as steel frame open shelves is an edgy and sophisticated choice but also allows for a design feature. We selected our new dark woodgrain licorice twist timber look doors to add some texture to the space, along with a light woodgrain benchtop, but if you wanted the space to be more sophisticated, you could select one of our solid colour benchtops, such as molasses to give it that really striking look.  

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get the farmhouse look

The farmhouse look is a style that is becoming more and more popular. It is a modern take on a classic country kitchen and it really does tick all the boxes. When creating this kitchen style, it’s important to try and create as much character as possible. We would recommend including a shaker style profile, such as our alpine profile to give the doors and panels additional detail. Where possible include some timber or timber look benchtops, even as feature open shelves, this will help add personality and texture which is crucial when creating this style. Incorporating contrasting cabinetry can also help to add depth and visual interest to the space, in the case we have used our new poppy seed doors and panels for the island bench to create a bit of a feature. Finally including appliances such as a farmhouse sink and feature tapware will really bring the whole space together!

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get the classic look

A classic, timeless aesthetic is hard to fault. It usually incorporates colours such as white, black and grey which are fairly neutral tones, sure to please almost anyone’s style. In this case, we have used our new white pepper doors and panels, which have a cool grey tone and matt finish. When looking to create a classic aesthetic in a kitchen, it’s important you take a minimalist approach. Conceal away as much as you can with storage solutions, so that benchtops can be left free from clutter. You can look to include a modern or alpine profile, and try to tie in your colour scheme with your cabinetry, benchtops and splashback so they all work together and blend harmoniously together.   

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get the scandi look

Last but not least, the scandi-look is one of the most sought-after styles when it comes to interior aesthetics. When you are deciding on a colour palette, think cool-timber accents, grey tones and matte white. If you want to add some colour, you can incorporate touches of soft duck egg blue, blush pink or muted green through decorative styling elements. Incorporating timber accents is key. You can do this through feature cabinetry, here we have used our new warm and nutty hazelnut v doors and panels for the wall cabinets and have also used offcuts from our timber-look hazelnut benchtops to create stylish built-in shelves. In order to keep your space looking as streamlined as possible, it’s important to choose a door profile that is going to blend seamlessly with your space. Opting for our modern or alpine profile doors will help you achieve the effortless and fuss-free style Scandinavian design is known for.

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So, there you have it, our top tips on how to create five different styles with our new door and panel colours! For more inspiration and ideas, visit our design blog or follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.