Suggested Searches
        Suggested Categories
          Suggested Products

            Pebble Kitchen Ideas

            Taking its cue from stony hues found in nature, these pebble kitchen ideas demonstrate how to integrate this warm neutral into a cooking space. Combining the best of cream and grey, pebble kitchens are an adaptable and work well in rooms large and small. It can also be styled for a variety of decors, making these kitchen colour ideas a safe bet for homeowners looking to add long-lasting appeal. With real-home examples, and expert tips from our designers, these pebble kitchen design ideas will inspire any home renovation project.

            • 1. Homely and handcrafted

              Combine pebble with the bordered detail of shaker, like @renovatingjubilee to add homely character to a room that paves the way for nurturing family life.
            • 2. Add timeless texture

              Ensure a pebble interior has enduring appeal by teaming it with Halesworth cabinetry, which has a grained exterior that will look good for years to come.
            • 3. Mix with matt

              There are few better combinations than pebble and matt. Mix this gentle tone with a light-absorbing texture to create a soft interior that is easy to relax in.
            • 4. Subtle and sleek

              For a modern pebble kitchen idea, pair this cool shade with handleless units to create a streamlined scheme full of contemporary characteristics.
            • 5. Take two

              Note how @edwardian_londonterrace has softened a bold interior by using pebble to punctuate a rich palette. This combo also creates a trendy, two-tone scheme.
            • 6. Beautifully bespoke

              Neutral tones accommodate a decorative look without a room feeling crowded, so select pebble, in-frame fronts for a bespoke design.
            • 7. The white choice

              Take @the_bishops_renovation's lead by pairing this neutral with a white counter. This small pebble kitchen idea creates a bright and roomy feel.
            • 8. An organic touch

              Bring character to a natural canvas by pairing the grey tones of pebble with a wooden counter, just like @renovating_crofthouse has in their design.
            • 9. Handle Japandi

              Use accessories in darker shades, like @princejoineryconcepts, to add a statement look to a pebble space that channels the Japandi trend. 
            • 10. Go for glass

              Make a pebble interior feel open and airy with glazed wall units. These let light flow through and create an inviting atmosphere for mealtimes.

            View all kitchen colours

            • Explore our fitted kitchens

            • Book a design appointment