Roundhouse minimal kitchensContemporary Kitchen, London
Roundhouse Urbo white matt lacquer handless kitchen with Glacier White Corian worktops and glass splashbacks colour-matched to Dulux Tarragon Glory 70YY 52/532.
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Bring warmth to a kitchenYou might not immediately think of the kitchen as a room where you would hang wallpaper but, in fact, it can work brilliantly (and it can be cheaper than tiling). Modern kitchens tend to be quite minimal, so a panel of paper can visually lift a plain room. Here, the lime-coloured paper tones in with the splashback for a unified feel. You could also use paper behind glass for a patterned splashback.
Work some quirky kitchen wallpaperBridget’s kitchen sports dotty blue wallpaper. Re-create the feel in your own space with a panel of quirky patterned paper. In order to stay true to Bridget’s look, choose shades in a subdued minty green or a pale pastel blue.
Try a graphic printYour knee-jerk reaction might be to avoid anything floral in an ultra-contemporary kitchen. But look how fabulous this William Morris-style wallpaper looks on one wall. The subtle olive green foliage print links in with the sage glass splashback, adding welcome organic warmth to the blocky white units.