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Feast Your Eyes on These 10 Colourful Kitchens

May 26, 2020
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Serve up some looks on top of food.

Like an amateur cook preparing a meal for the first time, painting your kitchen can be daunting. “What if I don’t get it right?” and “What if it looks too gaudy?” are probably some concerns that might be holding you back – especially when you don’t have a ‘recipe’ on how to include a pop of colour in your cooking space.

Punggol Road by Charlotte's Carpentry

Interior Firm: Charlotte's Carpentry

But have no fear, because here are 10 colourful kitchens that’ll not only show you how to break away from the usual all-white scheme, but also serve as a feast for your eyes!


1. For the colour shy, start off small. This cheery yellow kitchen is toned down with pops of white so that it doesn’t overwhelm the eye. Complement with some classic tiles, rounded-edge furnishings and living greens to complete the retro look!

Bedok Reservoir View by Metier Planner

Interior Firm: Metier Planner

Bedok Reservoir View by Metier Planner
Bedok Reservoir View by Metier Planner

2. If you use dynamic colours and the right tiles, a small kitchen can still pack a visual punch. This home takes it one step further by varying the hues used and introducing different patterns on the cabinet doors.

Riversails by Weiken.com

Interior Firm: Weiken.com

Riversails by Weiken.com

3. A sophisticated kitchen doesn’t have to be all-white, all marble or all-black, a darker shade like the red below works just as well. Pro-tip: We recommend jumping over to stainless steel cabinets for this one, since the metallic sheen makes it all the classier.

The Edge on Cairnhill by The Scientist

Interior Firm: The Scientist

The Edge on Cairnhill by The Scientist

4. At first glance, this kitchen screams farmhouse-inspired through and through. But, little touches like the mosaic backsplash, brass fittings, graphic floor tiles and sage green cabinets keep it looking fresh.

Kim Tian Road by Versaform

Interior Firm: Versaform

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5. If you prefer to keep things on the lighter side of life, try introducing cheery green and yellow accents. These pastel shades work well with white for a softer look – definitely less jarring than a full-on jewel-toned wall!

Butterworth 8 by Mr Shopper Studio

Interior Firm: Mr Shopper Studio

Butterworth 8 by Mr Shopper Studio
Butterworth 8 by Mr Shopper Studio

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6. A minimalist kitchen doesn’t always need to have a pristine palette. Case in point: Despite the hints of blue, light grey and terrazzo accents, this kitchen still retains the sleek appeal thanks to handleless carpentry and a bare-bone approach.

Tanglin Halt Road by Dan's Workshop

Interior Firm: Dan's Workshop

Tanglin Halt Road by Dan's Workshop
Tanglin Halt Road by Dan's Workshop

7. For the daring creatives, why not take the leap and make a bold statement? Play around with colours to create a high contrast look – take cues from the likes of this black, teal and red one!

Circuit Road by Ethereall

Interior Firm: Ethereall

Circuit Road by Ethereall

8. And remember, the little details matter. From its graphic floor tiles and herringbone backsplash to the carpentry’s trimming, everything in this blue kitchen has been placed with purpose to create an eye-catching space.

Parc Oasis by DISTINCTidENTITY

Interior Firm: DISTINCTidENTITY

Parc Oasis by DISTINCTidENTITY
Parc Oasis by DISTINCTidENTITY

9. These emerald cabinets would not have been visually arresting on its own, but when blue-and-white graphic tiles are tossed into the fray? The kitchen becomes a completely IG-worthy space.

Toa Payoh East by Free Space Intent

Interior Firm: Free Space Intent

Toa Payoh East by Free Space Intent

10. Before you write pink off as “too feminine a shade to be used in the kitchen”, check out this flat! The homeowners made it work by keeping to a more classic look – think shaker-style cabinets and glass backsplashes.

Punggol Road by Charlotte's Carpentry

Interior Firm: Charlotte's Carpentry

Punggol Road by Charlotte's Carpentry
Punggol Road by Charlotte's Carpentry

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