Red is synonymous with passion and warmth, qualities many people want in their kitchen. Red isn’t for everyone – but when it’s used well it can really set a kitchen apart.

Reds are often used as accent colours to help bring a kitchen to life without overpowering it. They work well when paired with neutral colours, such as whites and creams.

From modern raspberries to deep burgundies ideal for classic cabinets, choosing the right shade of red can be just as important as using the right amount of it.


7 great ideas for using red in your kitchen

Porter Alabaster - Steve Murphy Interiors kitchen

Porter Alabaster

Budget: £20k and over

Designed & Installed by: Steve Murphy Interiors Ltd, South Benfleet

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Remo Alabaster - Kitchencraft kitchen

Remo Alabaster

Budget: £20k and over

Designed & Installed by: Kitchencraft, Witham

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Porter Alabaster kitchen

Avant Alabaster

Budget: £12k - £16k

Designed & Installed by: La Medida, Huddersfield

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Milton Painted - Lima Kitchens2 kitchen

Milton Painted

Budget: £20k and over

Designed & Installed by: Lima Kitchens, Milton Keynes

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Porter Alabaster - My Dream Kitchen 2 kitchen

Porter Alabaster

Budget: £8k - £12k

Designed & Installed by: My Dream Kitchen, Leyton

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Porter White - Bassett Homes kitchen

Porter White

Budget: £12k - £16k

Designed & Installed by: Bassett Homes & Accessories Ltd, Wickham

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Izari - Purple Kitchens kitchen

Izari

Budget: £20k and over

Designed & Installed by: Purple Kitchens Ltd, Maghull

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