Kensal GreenContemporary Kitchen, London
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Go for goldTone your parquet flooring with another surface to make a feature of both. Here, the designers have chosen a copper splashback with the same warm hues and mottled texture as the timber floor. The surfaces work well together and look striking next to the bright white units, which almost fade into the background.
Warm up whiteDon’t fancy dark tones? Opt for units at the other end of the colour spectrum to tone with a metallic splashback. In this cookspace, a burnished copper splashback runs the entire length of the back wall. The mottled, rust-coloured finish looks striking against the bright white kitchen cabinets. The warm tones of the copper work with the parquet floor and leather bar stools to warm up the sleek, modern room.Tell us…Would you use metal surfaces in your kitchen? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.