Want To Stay Away From Grey?


Grey, as a colour came storming into fashion, and suddenly, along with monochrome was everywhere, including kitchens.

Do you not want to be like everyone else, and worry that grey will go back out of fashion? The kitchens we provide come in 14 different colours, guaranteed to ensure you are happy with your kitchen for years to come. There are a couple of lovely compromises if you like the idea of grey but want something slightly warmer.

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The Limestone and Cashmere doors from Sheraton are becoming more popular as people start to veer away from grey, although grey is still popular to this day. The Limestone has a gorgeous tone to it, giving the space some real warmth, without a hint of any other colour. We have contrasted the Limestone in our Farnham Common Showroom with the Oxford Blue. Keeping the light, we have a gorgeous light quartz worktop in this display, which reflects the tones of the limestone beautifully.

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The Cashmere has a lovely warmth to it with a slight pink tone which brings a natural light to each space. At our Farnham Common Showroom we have partnered the Cashmere gloss door with a Gladstone Oak door, as they compliment each other gorgeously. Finished with a light quartz worktop and black mirrored glass, the warmth of the colour beautifully stands out on its own.

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If you want to go for something bolder, darker there are a few gorgeous colours to choose from in our Sheraton range, such as the Oxford Blue and Anthracite.

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The Hickory, as displayed in our Ashford Showroom gives a warm look without being too overpowering and so can be perfect to have your whole kitchen in one gorgeous colour.

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Painted White can look very striking in a kitchen, which can look absolutely stunning. The painted White is not too overpowering and can also help to make a room look larger. Painted Ivory will always be a classic kitchen door colour, never going out of fashion it never fails to look beautiful. Here we have displayed an In-Frame Ivory door which looks effortlessly gorgeous.

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Grey is still in, and won’t be going anywhere any time soon! If you like the idea of bringing grey into your new kitchen, you could choose a light grey or painted grey as shown here, on display in our Ashford Showroom.

If you want to choose a colour for your kitchen, but do not want something too overpowering, the Oyster, Sandstone, Painted Green and Sage Grey add a subtle warmth and colour to your kitchen.

If you like the idea of bringing a lighter colour, such as blue into your new kitchen, there is a light blue, or steel blue painted door to choose from.

If you are interested in the range of colours we have to offer, please pop into one of our large showrooms in Farnham Common, Buckinghamshire, or Ashford, Middlesex where we will be more than happy to show you all of the gorgeous colours and door styles for your new kitchen!

Grace Flower

Written by Grace Flower

Grace is Marketing Director of Ashford Kitchens and Interiors and is passionate about interior design and home improvements. Grace is immensely proud of their two showrooms, the calibre of their teams and of the service they provide. Grace is excited by the growth of Social Media as it can offer the opportunity to showcase the company’s ethos in a more personable and approachable way.

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