How to create a cosy kitchen

How to create a cosy kitchen

Pale colours may rule the roost when it comes to upgrading or modifying your kitchen. Choosing white or cream cabinets create a beautiful spacious kitchen that is full of light. That is all good if thats what you are after, what if you don’t want that? Imagine you have been working your butt off all day in a light and airy office and when you get home all you want is to change in to your comfy clothes and relax.

Here’s our guide to creating a beautiful ambiant cosy kitchen.

Haddington storm grey island unit


Adding moody blue/grey units like this Haddington storm grey island looks sophisticated and timeless. The seating and surrounding pale cabinets add light and space making sure the dark island doesn’t dominate the space too much whilst the down lights on the island create cosy evening light.


Using modern multifunctional extractors from Faber that create the most stunning lights and lighting up your worktops with under cabinet lights also cast cosy light in the evening and is very practical.

Kardean flooring

Another way to cosy your kitchen is to add natural elements like a dark granite worktop, wooden shelving or flooring. (in the picture: Kardean flooring, Colonia - 4432 Virginia Walnut - click here to view our full range)

A few other tips

  • Add open wooden shelving

by claire wild Kitchens News