What are the most popular kitchen colours? Hi June issue!

The colour special, June issue of KBB magazine

The June issue of Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms is out now! This month, we’re introducing our new look and bringing you exclusive new content to inspire your project. Fancy a peek inside? Read on…

Well, that year of maternity leave went in the blink of an eye – I am incredibly excited to be back in the chair. No longer acting, but actual editor this time round. So, watch out for some pretty big changes coming your way! For my first issue back, we’ve focused on colour; on how to use it in big, little, clever and unique ways.

For instance, Irina explains how to introduce the viral ‘unexpected red theory’ into your kitchen, bedroom or bathroom, and delves into the very on-trend technique of using bold paint on your door and window frames.

Dining room with colourful frames, wood table and four chairs.
Dare to paint outside the lines?

How to choose a kitchen colour

From greens, blues, greys to neutrals – with so many options available these days, which shades of kitchen cabinetry work best? Charlotte helps you choose the right one for you.

Plus, one revelation I’ve made while working on this issue is what the top-ranking kitchen colour currently is. A discovery made thanks to my industry contacts who took part in a poll I conducted – so a big shout out to everyone who took part in that; you made this feature possible.

Intrigued? Make sure to grab your copy in newsagents nationwide.

Magazine page on kitchen colours with copy on the left side and an image on the right side.
Which shade works best? Find out in the June issue of Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine.

The new neutral

When I started working for KBB, neutral meant neutral – sans couleur. But it seems this ever-popular interior look now embraces lots of shades on the spectrum. Yes, you really can have pink in your neutral designs – find out all about using colour in bedrooms in my feature.

Colour versus neutrals in bedroom design, showing a boucle bed, white linen and low-level pendant lights.
Design by Laura Butler-Madden.

New content

Of course, we also have plenty of other articles to tantalise your interior taste buds with: we look at steel-framed and steel-look glazing, how to introduce exotic tadelakt plaster into your home, plus five gorgeous renovations to help inspire your next project.

I hope you enjoy the issue,

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