At Kitchen Warehouse, we have a vast selection of tones and finishes to choose from when you are seeking out a new set of kitchen units and doors. Among our most popular of all time is the cashmere range. Light and elegant but also warming and soothing, the cashmere shade looks great in any space, regardless of its style or design. It also complements properties of almost any period or size you can think of. For this reason, our cashmere coloured kitchens are also among our most versatile.
Our experienced and knowledgeable team have put together the following blog post to explain why a cashmere kitchen will work wonders when the time comes for you to give your space an exciting upgrade.
Cashmere is very easy to blend and pair with other colours. Regardless of the décor or colour scheme you currently enjoy, cashmere kitchen units can perfectly complement your style and aesthetic whilst bringing a rejuvenated feeling to the entire room.
Whether you have darker or lighter tones on your walls or other elements of your kitchen fittings and features, cashmere can be included to add depth, interest and focus to particular areas of the space. Cashmere is a very easy colour to include in any palette. It will offer your kitchen a fresher, newer look – particularly because paler shades of this kind reflect light very well, making a small or dim room appear brighter and larger.
Warmth and Neutrality
Named after a highly sought after type of wool which is prized for its softness and comfort, cashmere as a colour is a relaxing and warming tone, ideal for use in a kitchen or kitchen diner. It is not overpowering or too striking, plus it offers a sense of comfort and familiarity that will really make a room feel like home. The cashmere shade is a great alternative for homeowners who do not wish to have a harsh white or dull brown kitchen – tones which are at either end of the colour scale in which cashmere sits.
As well as its warmth and softness, the neutrality of cashmere means it can fit well alongside other shades and colours – whether natural, rustic, bold or industrial. It can either blend beautifully with your chosen palette or provide a powerful contrast when set against stronger colours. For those who long for warmer tones, cashmere kitchen doors and units provide a gentler alternative to harsher hues like reds, oranges and yellows.
Doors and Units
One particular benefit of choosing a cashmere kitchen – and a major reason why many of our customers select them for their homes – is that you can invest in either whole new kitchen units or a specific selection of replacement kitchen doors. All the units we provide include height adjustable legs and wall mounting plates, while the doors are available in a wide variety of sizes to fit multiple types of cabinet.
This range is ideal whether you apply it in the form of gloss acrylic kitchen units or glossy replacement doors. If you opt for an entire set of cashmere kitchen units, you will benefit from replacing everything in full – something that will be a great help if your existing cupboards and cabinets are a little worse for wear. However, if the general structure of your kitchen is still in good condition, you can choose to just replace the doors. This serves as a cheaper option and also means that no unnecessary work is carried out in your home, saving you time and stress. To the naked eye, it will look as though you have completely refurbished your kitchen – however, you’ll have saved a considerable amount by opting to change only the cosmetic elements.
If you would like to learn more about the available options regarding cashmere kitchens from Kitchen Warehouse, you can simply get in touch with our specialist team today. Our helpful members of staff can answer any queries and questions regarding cashmere coloured kitchen units or doors – or any other kitchen styles we have in stock for that matter.
You can also pay a visit to our showroom, which is located at Hutton Moor Farm, Ripon HG4 5LZ and opens between 9am and 6pm from Monday to Friday or 10am and 3.30pm on Saturdays. There, you can see a great many of our ranges in situ and ask any of the questions you may have.