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            Yellow Kitchen Ideas

            With inspiration on how to use this sunny shade to craft an inviting atmosphere, yellow kitchen ideas offer suggestions for a warm and invigorating cooking space. From a framed design that provide yellow fitted kitchens with a handcrafted and earthen style, to contemporary ideas using sleek handle-free options, these ideas bring this colour right up to date. As well as choosing this warm hue, these kitchen colour ideas show how to refine the decor with complementing features for a coordinated, cosy space.


            • 1. Frame up features

              Combine pale yellow units with darker colours, such as navy, to create a two-tone look. This makes cabinetry stand out and brings a shaker design up to date.
            • 2. Hone-in on handleless

              Eliminate accessories on door fronts and opt for handleless door fronts. This is a great way to show off yellow tones and let the finish take centre stage.
            • 3. Pick paintable

              Whether saffron shades or sunflower tones, choose the yellow that appeals most with our paintable panels, which can be customised in any shade.
            • Chilcomb Paintable Yellow EKES Galley Main Set Shot

              4. Gravitate to glass

              Pair glass panels with yellow door fronts to create an open atmosphere. Making the interior visible has a spacious effect, complementing the refreshing colours.
            • 5. Go for chic ceramic

              Complement saffron shades by adding a white ceramic sink-bowl in a crisp shade to create a brightening effect around washing areas. 
            • 6. Warm with woods

              With a warming effect, natural wood tones are an excellent partner for a yellow palette, carrying the cosy colour throughout a room.
            • 7. Be bold as brass

              Heritage finishes with eye-catching tones, like brass, will stand out a buttery hue. Opt for cup handles for a classic look or mix and match with knobs for an individual take. 
            • 8. Give it some gas

              Yellow tones have a heritage and handcrafted aesthetic. Opt for classic, gas cooking units to add an authentic and homespun appeal to food prep.
            • Yellow paintable kitchen idea with a shaker cupboards, silver knob handles, white marble worktop and a silver mixer tap.

              9. Sun up storage

              Storage areas are of the most frequently-used features in a cooking space, so choosing a sunny shade adds keeps common areas looking cosy.
            • 10. Add quartz counters

              Select simple counter colours, such as white, to allow buttery, yellow shades to stand out. Choosing quartz ensures this surface will stand the test of time.

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