Choice of the right colour takes time and it is important to understand the feel and style you want the room to have. A few pieces of advice from Cucine LUBE.

Furnishing your home in a warm palette will create a cosy atmosphere. Remember, though, that each different nuance speaks to you on its own level and each one can be quite intense. When we refer to warm colours, we mean an earthy colour scheme: orange, brown, red, sunny yellow and other associated nuances. Never overlook the importance of light in a room when you are choosing a colourway. It makes a huge difference to the way the room actually looks. The relationship between colour and light should never be underestimated. One golden rule is that soft lighting and cold colours make a space look big, whilst dim lights and warm colours reduce overall footage, lowering the ceiling and shrinking the walls. The colourway of the flooring is also paramount for the overall impact on the eye. Bear in mind that the floors should always be darker than the rest of the room. You don't need to colour the entire room. Often one coloured wall is enough to convey the right atmosphere. Rousing colours like yellow and red will brighten your surrounds and give a sensation of cosiness, but they require a minimalist furnishing style, otherwise they become overpowering. On the other hand, gentler nuances such as salmon pink will set up a soothing calm vibe, which makes sense if fine details are a key feature in your room. Upholstery and curtains enhance your interior furnishings even further, tying your room together seamlessly by matching or contrasting colours.


How to choose the right colour for the kitchen?

If the objective is to make the spaces seem bigger, you need to focus on neutral shades or place your bet on a single colour, especially if you want to ensure a certain elegance and stylistic uniformity. To create extra light in the kitchen, you need to choose gloss finishes as opposed to matt ones, which will create pleasing reflections.

What’s the best way to match wall colours with the kitchen furniture?

If you have a modest-sized kitchen, it is advisable to paint the walls white, whereas dark walls are indicated for rooms that house large-sized kitchens. Neutral or cold colours on the walls are suitable for modern compositions, while warmer colours go well with wood finishings in rustic and contemporary-classic kitchens. 

What colours should be chosen for a small kitchen?

White is the solution you need to use if you have to include your kitchen into a setting with limited space. Brighter colours allow you to characterise your composition in a clean and efficient manner, creating a zone which gains depth. You should not rule out using white and black alternately which helps to give a precise division of the spaces.

What colours should one choose for a modern kitchen?

The colours that go together with a modern kitchen are more original and imaginative than the colours used in a classic model kitchen. Brilliant nuances, such as Persian Red, create a young, dynamic kitchen, while combinations like yellow-black-white or green-cloud blue-white are capable of making the kitchen a real work of art.

What’s the best way to match the kitchen with the floor?

If the kitchen is integrated into the day zone, you need to make the area lighter by choosing soft colours, for example using white for the kitchen and a neutral grey for the floor. If, on the other hand, you have a room with big windows, you can use natural tones for the floor and soft colours for the kitchen units.

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