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The Perfect Colour Combination for Your Kitchen

A great colour scheme in your home makes the world of difference. Having shades that complement each other makes the room beautiful and harmonious, no matter the size. Kitchen worktops are available in a variety of colours, patterns and styles and sometimes the choice is overwhelming. We’ve put together a guide on how to find the perfect colour combination for your kitchen.

Stylish White

White is one of the most common colours for a kitchen. Not only does it match everything, but it gives the room a fresh feel. If you have a statement coloured fridge, or just a neutral theme, white will fit in perfectly. If you want to branch out a little, choosing a slab that has veins or flecks is striking without being over the top.

Bold Black

Some people shy away from the idea of black worksurfaces in fear that they will be overwhelming. It’s certainly a bold colour for any room but can look great if done right. Paired with a kitchen that is predominantly or all white makes a statement and looks stylish. Add a few bright touches such as green blinds or an orange fridge, and you’ve got a chic, modern kitchen look.

Chic Grey

Grey is another colour choice that will match anything. It won’t be going out of style anytime soon and will suit virtually any kitchen. Greys also a great choice if you wanted to keep a rustic feel of the room, whilst still looking fresh. White cupboards are really complementary with grey and still leaves room for a statement colour elsewhere if wanted. Grey worktops tend to have a lot of flexibility and can come with flecks and veins for texture. Our Angola Silver Granite has a strong texture and is perfect for adding life to any kitchen.

Daring Red

If you want to break away from the more traditional colour, a red worktop is modern and edgy. Red tends to come in a range from ruby to an orange tone, which can all look very stylish in your kitchen. Again, the classic white cupboards with red worktops look great. The two colours complement each other, as the white cools down the tones of the red. Grey is also great at neutralising a red kitchen so its easy on the eye. Our African Red Granite is a burnt red with dark veins and flecks. It’s not overly vibrant but gives a great kick to the kitchen.

Natural Green

A green worktop can go one of two ways. You can go with a bold, statement green or something more natural like our Green Guatemala Marble. This is a deep, rich colour which will make your kitchen pop. Give your home a truly unique look with a coloured worktop and white or black cupboards. A darker coloured work surface will also hide any spills or stains.

Our Products

At Surrey Marble and Granite, we have a range of different worktops, colours and materials at affordable prices. We supply marble, granite, limestone and many other stones, which will be the perfect addition to your kitchen. In addition, we have a vast range of different colours and textures so your kitchen can be truly bespoke. Please don’t hesitate to get in contact with our friendly team today. Feel free to visit our showroom for any enquires and to see some samples. Our team can recommend the ideal colour scheme for your kitchen.

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