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            Mix And Match Kitchen Ideas

            Using contrasting shades, styles, and textures, these mix-and-match kitchen ideas demonstrate ways to create a custom scheme in a home. These kitchen ideas make it easy to pair finishes, patterns, and colour palettes to achieve a bespoke layout. So, whether you need advice on simple updates for an existing space or tips for a tailored design, these kitchen style ideas help you master this must-have look.


            • 1. Pick paint-to-order

              Double up colours using our paint-to-order collection. It offers a choice of 24 curated shades - great for a characterful design.
            • 2. Select timeless tones

              Pick a shade that stands the test of time, such as blue. This hue also complements many colours and adds longevity to a scheme. 
            • 3. Choose paintable cupboards

              Get creative with paintable fronts, which can be personalised in any shade. Simply sand and repaint to suit changing tastes.

            • 4.  Select slab style

              With a one-piece build, slab doors offer a blank canvas to customise. has teamed different tones and textures for a unique setup.
            • 5. Add handle-free cabinetry

              Integrated-handle fronts have a built-in hand pull, giving them a simple look. This makes them easy to pair with other doors for a curated interior.
            • 6. Feature matt fronts

              Soften a mix-and-match scheme by opting for matt finishes. This idea suits small spaces, where a toned-down decor makes the room look more open.
            • 7. Try natural finishes

              Create contrast you can feel with textured fronts. @gemmaberlyn shows how wood effects, like walnut, pave the way for a nature-inspired interior.
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              8. Go for glazed style

              Add depth to a mix-and-match layout with glass fronts. These bring visual interest and are great for showcasing your favourite glassware.
            • 9. Stack your surfaces

              Contrast counter materials for a layered look. It’s also a handy hack for defining different zones in a variety of layouts.
            • 10. Introduce alternative accents

              To bring a subtle touch of individuality to an interior, @holly.h.kitchendesigner has mixed different handle sizes for an eclectic effect.

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