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Monochrome

A simple, minimalist monochrome look will not date and can be styled as classic or modern.

Shades of Grey

From the palest of silvers right through to dark slates, this palette can work in both traditional and contemporary settings.

Elegant Country

Bring the look and feel of the countryside into your home with a combination of muted greens, stone greys and rich neutrals.

Midnight Luxe

Dramatic tones of rich navy and opulent off-white bring sumptuous depth, no matter what size your kitchen is.

Forest Luxe

Combine shades of muted and dark greens and blues, from teals to emeralds, to really bring the outside in.

Botanical

A fashion forward leafy look dominated by lots and lots of green.

Scandi

A softer take on the clean lines and modern execution of a Scandinavian look.

Warm Whites

Classic warm whites, soft ivories and shades of beige will bring a timeless look to your home.

Cool Whites

Blend shades of almost white and pale grey for a Nordic look that will brighten and calm your home without being too stark.

Brights

Add a pop of colour to otherwise neutral walls, then dress the room with colourful furniture, lighting and accessories.

Pretty Pastels

Combine soft minty greens with blush pinks, lilacs and baby blues and pale accessories for a feminine look.

Industrial

Featuring exposed brickwork, bare concrete and distressed wood, this is a trend based around a muted palette.