Top left: Johnstone Paint: Whiskers.Emphasise your timber doors in a subtle way by painting them in a simple, stone shade. This muted hue is versatile and pale enough to highlight the woodgrain detail for a premium touch. Pair this humble tone with white counters to keep the space looking stripped-back. Top centre: Valspar Paint: Charcoal Sketch.Create a dramatic space by opting for a darker, carbon-like tone for your units. This bold shade will create an eye-catching look and draw in a larger room for a cosy and intimate ambience. Opt for devices in the same black hue to create swathes of uninterrupted colour. Bottom left: Valspar Paint: Dragon Song.Bring the outdoors in by choosing a forest-green colour for your space. This fertile shade combines the trend for natural tones and dark interiors to create a stylish and sophisticated design. Add in glazed units to break up the intense hue. Bottom centre: Valspar Paint: Apricot Mocha.Replicating the look of clay, russet shades are great for creating an earthy scheme. It has brown and red undertones, which adds warmth to a design whilst creating a cosy atmosphere. Keep to a natural palette by adding in wood features, like an oak counter, for a room filled with organic charm. Right: Little Greene Paint: Yellow Pink.Make sunlight a permanent feature in your home by choosing a cheery, yellow tone for your interior. As well as creating an uplifting feel, this zingy hue is great for sparking creativity, making it a good choice for a cooking space. Add in crisp, white counters to balance the bold shade.