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            Two Tone Kitchen Ideas

            Whether it is tonal shading or selecting contrasting colours, these two-tone kitchen ideas will make it easy to create a stylish cooking space. This kitchen colour ideas article covers on-trend shades for a fashion-forward design and classic hues that will ensure an interior will stand the test of time. Real-life examples from customer homes are included too, giving homeowners all the two-tone kitchen inspiration they need to introduce this aesthetic in their home.

            • 1. Select stately shaker

              To ensure a two-tone layout stands the test of time, @clairephotouk has used shaker fronts, which have a classic look that offers long-lasting style.
            • 2. Built-in style

              The built-in handgrips on @nsideno.6's integrated handle fronts reduce visual distractions for a sophisticated scheme that lets the colours take the spotlight.
            • 3. Add a black backdrop

              @Deerwood_renovation has ramped up the drama by introducing charcoal units to a design. The dark shade also draws the room in for a cosier feel.
            • 4. Embrace earthy tones

              Bring the outdoors in with natural tones, such as green. Pick a leafy shade to add two-tone colours in a subtle way.
            • 5. Choose a tonal palette

              If you are stuck between two shades of grey, go for both. @Lorraine Stapleton shows how darker base units will define a cooking zone in an open layout.
            • 6. A blue centrepiece

              Add depth a light-toned design by opting for a navy island feature. This will create an eye-catching focal point where guests can gather.
            • 7. Pastel pop

              For a cheerful two-tone look, opt for a fun, pink shade. This hue adds a fresh feel and can be blended with classic colours, like navy, for everlasting appeal.
            • 8. Get keen on cream

              Thanks to its neutral tone and warming qualities, cream is a great two-tone kitchen idea for those wanting to experiment with trend-led shades.
            • 9. Refine with shine

              With a shiny exterior, glossy units will add visual interest to a two-tone design. They will also soften bolder colours and reflect light for a brighter feel.
            • 10. Matt and maximalist

              Picking matt units to make it easy unify different tones, patterns, and door styles of a two-tone scheme while reducing distractions.

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