Classic nude kitchens are great and all, but sometimes we need a little more fun in our life- and short of tearing the entire thing down and starting again, paint is the best way to spice up your old and tired kitchen and bring it right back into the modern realm. Here’s 3 inspiring ways to use colour to jazz up that oh so important hub of the home.
Green & Great Some kitchens work that all white vibe, but unless they’re so modern that they clean themselves, the practical yet beautiful farmhouse kitchen colours will always remain in style. Green is the perfect colour to set any kitchen on the right path to that look. Use dull but mild greens on cabinets, furniture and walls, but make sure to dot plants and wooden finishes around the room to complete the look.
Mustard Yellow Don’t flinch yet! Yellow is currently one of the most loved colours in design, and it’s not letting the kitchen put a dent in it’s plans of world domination. Yellow’s versatile, and can be used in various different looks. Go bold and pair shiny bright yellow with sleek interiors and modern fittings, or plump for a more relaxed look by using a dull yellow in place of whites.
Get down with Brown Feeling adventurous, but not a big fan of colour? Swap ordinary nudes and bland patterns for bold browns. Focus on the shapes you can make with certain brown furniture and features. Pair brown cabinets and furniture with white walls and ceilings, and paint any details, such as panelling or beams to complete the look.
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Castelan Fabric Protection
Castelan Fabric Protection has been tried and tested and will give you the best chance of removing stains
from your sofa. From spillages, natural oils or ink marks, don't panic, Castelan Fabric Protection will take
care of it.
The Care Plan includes a £50 cleaning kit
So What's Covered?
Drink spills such as coffee or red wine
Acidic and corrosive liquid such as vinegar and lemon juice
Food such as sauces or litle sticky fingers
Ink such as biros, felt tip and permanent marker and paint
Accidental dye transfer from jeans or newspaper
Make-up, hair wax, or nail polish
Oil-based stains such as grease or tar
Adhesives and glues
Bleaches and other household cleaning products
Bodily fluids such as blood or vomit (not nice but good to know!)
One-off pet damage (not as a result of build-up)
Burns caused by cigarettes
Rips and tears caused by keys and belt buckles
Scratches caused by jewellery
Textile Cleaner - is a very efficient cleaner for general soiling, perspiration
and fatty stains.
Resistant Stain Cleaner - is a product designed for cleaning resistant stains
like marker, ballpoint pen, lipstick, make-up products, shoe polish and wax.
Stain Away - will clean most fresh stains and soiling from textile surfaces. It
is a water-based product that penetrates into the surface to clean without harming your textiles.
Use it with a synthetic sponge.
Textile cleaning cloth and a sponge
You can read full details HERE, which also
tells you what's NOT covered by this Care Plan.