For those that like something different, LochAnna’s Clarkwell, Georgian and Washington Shaker kitchen ranges are now available in design-led colours such as the nature-inspired Breeze, a dusky Lavender and striking Thicket.

Sinead Trainor at LochAnna Kitchens says, “The colour palette has been inspired by British summertime and the clean, pure colours of nature. We wanted to evoke the warm sentiment we feel towards the start of spring and summertime.”

Clarkwell Ivory & Sapphire Island

Highlights from the new colour range include the daring Damson colour for the bolder and more eccentric kitchen designers, to‘Breeze inspired by the beauty of the natural world in the summer. The plethora of new colours will leave home improvers spoilt for choice. 

The addition of these six new colours means there is now more choice than ever when designing your kitchen. “Home owners are becoming increasingly daring with their choice of colours for the kitchen, opting for bold shades and often mixing two or even three colours. It’s a fantastic way to create a unique space that is individual to them. With our new colour choices we are delighted to be able to offer nuances that will make all the difference to personalising a kitchen”.

Georgian Cinder & Lavender

The colours available now include: 

  • Breeze: a bright and airy sky blue 
  • Aegean: a vibrant and striking blue
  • Lavender: light, dusky purple with a touch of grey
  • Damson: a rich and opulent shade of purple
  • Thicket: deep forest green 
  • Meadow: a fresh, verdant green

“These new colours really reflect what’s been emerging this year in terms of trends and we are expecting even more consumers to embrace the trend for rich colours on timber doors in 2018 – this range will offer just that.”

All three ranges in the Natural Collection are available in 27 painted timber colours, while Clarkwell and Georgian also come in a natural European oak finish, which means you can achieve a beautiful traditional kitchen in a colour that suits your personality. 

 

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