Wall colour to go with Pointing and Hague Blue kitchen units

10 months ago

Kitchen being installed once building work is finished.

Currently the kitchen is very dark because of small window ; wooden units, black granite worktops and dark tiles don't help.

Extension will bring more light into living and dining end of room, but kitchen will only gain a little of this.

New kitchen will have units on 3 sides (interrupted by a door) in F&B Pointing, central island in Hague Blue, both with off white quartz worktop.

Glass splashback on 1 and a half walls in dark blue.

Pale warm oak effect porcelain floor tiles.

All ceilings and paintwork in the rest of the house are Brilliant White.

Advice please on single wall colour for kitchen continuing into rest of the room. There will be a painted section of wall around the window and door flanked by cabinets.

At present the room is painted in Brilliant White to maximise light but I think this could make Pointing units look dirty.

Builder has offered to paint the entire space before kitchen goes in.

I have a preference for Dulux paint but open to suggestions.

Thank you.

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