Alfred StreetTraditional Kitchen, Sydney
Provincial Kitchens Pty Ltd, Sydney Australia
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5. French GreyEverything about the French is sophisticated and timeless, especially their provincial kitchen style and colouring.French provincial-style kitchens tend to use subtle soft colours such as light blues, soft greys, antique whites and muted coffee colours. These soft colours highlight the detailed design of French provincial-style kitchens. These soft subtle colours can be used to create a timeless colour scheme in both modern and traditional-style kitchens. Soft greys can have a tinge of blue, yellow and even pink to them if you would like to add a hint more colour. Combine soft grey cabinets with a natural colour benchtop that also contains some grey tones, but don’t forget to create some contrast – make sure that the cabinets and benchtop colours are not too similar or you could end up with a flat, uninteresting scheme.
In this kitchen the cabinet handles have a porcelain feature that matches the handles on the sink taps. This really helps to tie the whole look of the kitchen together.