If using Farrow & Ball's Pink Ground as the dominant colour in your kitchen, consider a darker accent colour such as Charleston Gray or Dove Tale on skirting boards, upstands or window surrounds. Against these darker hues it will appear as a soft fleshy tone that is both warm and inviting. http://www.josephkingsley.co.uk/blog/farrow-ball-key-2015-colours-pink-ground-and-solid-oak-kitchens/
What a beautiful and unusual colour scheme in this modern country kitchen. Bold colour choice which looks great. Why not head on over to join our FREE interior design resource library at http://www.TheHomeDesignSchool.com/signup?
Soft Satin, such as Hare by Crown Paint, is an elegant, delicate hue that brings subtle sophistication to a scheme. It’s a pale shade that has a warm tone, so is great for small rooms that need a hint of colour without overpowering the space. It’s cosy for winter but also bright and optimistic, perfect for a revamp in Spring. Match walls in this shade with a toning off-white for woodwork and pick out architecture, such as a wooden fire surround or door, in a toning shade of grey.