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    Default Kitchen colour scheme.

    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post

    ..I don't know how to post the pic any other way sorry babyla (so not techy)
    That's ok I'm getting an awesome pic in my head. It sounds great!

    We got a quote from granite transformations and it was pretty much the same as just getting new bench tops, they seemed a bit overpriced.

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    Default Kitchen colour scheme.

    My Dad is a builder so he would be doing all the crappy jobs well ALL jobs haha. I like the idea of not having to fork out for really nice bench tops yet. We really want marble but this way we can hold off.

    I had a snoop at all your photos, you guys did a great job.

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    Default Kitchen colour scheme.

    We have a white on white kitchen but the granite benches have grey flecks through it. I also have my pantry as a feature with a dark grey instead of white laminate.
    For a cheaper option we have thin granite benches opposed to solid and they continue up the walls as our splash back.

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    Default Kitchen colour scheme.

    Quote Originally Posted by sweetpeamummy View Post
    We have a white on white kitchen but the granite benches have grey flecks through it. I also have my pantry as a feature with a dark grey instead of white laminate.
    For a cheaper option we have thin granite benches opposed to solid and they continue up the walls as our splash back.
    Sounds really nice!

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    Default Kitchen colour scheme.

    Here is another photo.

    I *think* I will go grey cupboards, white bench tops, white walls and even white/marble splash back.
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    Default Kitchen colour scheme.

    I wouldn't have my grey this dark though. Just a soft grey.

    What does everyone think if the photos I've posted?

    Like or hate? Lol
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    Default Re: Kitchen colour scheme.

    Love love love love. In fact, I'm going to pin these pics on my Pontefract.

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    Just my 2c but I'd go with a French grey

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    Default Kitchen colour scheme.

    I really love the grey on white it looks awesome! I've been house hunting for the sat 8 months and have seen soooooooo many kitchens but I can't recall too many with grey cupboards. It looks really effective and like you said it won't date. I think you're better off sticking with colour schemes that aren't too trendy as they date so quickly. I've seen so many houses built around 10 years ago and the kitchens are awful.

    Great choice I'd love to see the finished product

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    Default Kitchen colour scheme.

    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    I wouldn't have my grey this dark though. Just a soft grey.

    What does everyone think if the photos I've posted?

    Like or hate? Lol
    Love!


 

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