Classic Pastel Blue Kitchen in Edinburgh

This kitchen is set in a superb open-plan space, and it's no secret that open-plan kitchens are near the top of everyone's 'kitchen wish-list' at the moment.

Project Details

When we first met our client from New Craighall, Edinburgh, she told us that she wanted to add light to her kitchen. She has failing eyesight and was finding it increasingly difficult to prepare meals in her dark kitchen. Our designer suggested a classic pastel blue colour scheme to help reflect light and make the space feel brighter.

We maximised the natural light from the window and patio doors by using light-reflecting colours and materials. We used Mornington cabinet doors in Ives Blue paired with a Fjord Green carcass and white Calacatta Aurum quartz worktops. We also installed ceiling spotlights to brighten the space even more.

To make the kitchen more functional, we created a task area as a breakfast bar so our client can have ample space to prepare meals. We opted for an oak worktop for the breakfast bar to add interest to the room. This matches the rest of the wood accents in the space, such as the corner shelves and the worktop on the kitchen dresser.

Lastly, we installed Neff appliances throughout the kitchen to ensure it is fully equipped for cooking and entertaining. The result is a timeless, light, and airy kitchen, despite its relatively small size.

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