If you’re looking for a kitchen colour which is designed to last throughout fads and fashions, you cannot go far wrong with cream.

Are cream kitchens still in fashion?

The simple answer to the question is ‘Yes!’

A classic choice when it comes to home décor, the beauty of choosing a neutral tone for your kitchen cabinetry is the seemingly endless ways in which you can transform the look of your kitchen, without the need to buy new.

You will never be short of cream kitchen ideas. Neutral without being dull and boring, cream kitchens have genuine timeless appeal.

When cream kitchen ideas come into your head you often think of the classic Shaker style and country style – the traditional country kitchen look.

While it’s true that a country kitchen does have timeless appeal and cream does feel like the ideal choice, it’s important to remember that this is definitely not your only option for a new kitchen with cream as the perfect choice of colour.

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What wall colours go with a cream kitchen?

Cream kitchens stand the test if time. Not only do cream kitchen cabinets provide a versatile shade, they also reflect natural light that provides the perfect off white scheme for any kitchen.

Cream add warmth the soft tones keep things fresh too. The neutral tones of cream are an excellent interior design choice.

You might want to create a focal point in your new kitchen – and this could come from a key feature such a kitchen island. However, there are many of ways to create interest.

Did you know that dark blues and sage green are the perfect complement to the neutral tones of cream. Why not make a bold statement with a wall?

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Why choose cream kitchen cabinets over white?

Choosing this wonderfully flexible tone for your kitchen cabinets gives you plenty of scope for introducing other colours.

It can feel a little more homely than white units, which without proper thought can occasionally appear clinical. Warmer tones bring a comforting feel to your kitchen space.

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It’s no surprise that cream kitchens have become a firm favourite with homeowners. Whether you want to create contrast with cooler tones elsewhere in your kitchen – or you want to provide the perfect complement for wooden accents, cream kitchens really have it all.

So, if you’re considering purchasing a cream kitchen, or already have one and are looking to spruce it up, read on to discover how to make your cream kitchen look it’s very best.

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What style of kitchen suits cream kitchen units should you choose?

One of the biggest benefits of cream kitchens is their timeless quality. The fact that it’s a colour that transcends trends, mean that it’s a suitable hue whether you are looking to put together a contemporary modern kitchen, or have more traditional tastes.

Considering buying a shaker kitchen? Cream can make it look warm and inviting.

When it comes to finishes, again the versatility of the colour comes to fore. Cream units can look stunning no matter the finish, so whether you’re intending on ultra-chic high gloss, or prefer a low key matt finish kitchen unit it’s a great choice.

Cream is also a colour that works with all materials, so whether you’re after a solid real wood kitchen painted in cream, or if you want a cream gloss kitchen, there will be kitchen style that suits your taste.

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What worktops go with cream kitchen units?

Choosing a worktop that matches with your cream units should be easy, however, the colour contrast of the two can set the tone for your entire space.

Of course, cream units with a granite or dark stone worktop can create a beautiful, clean-looking contrast, perfect for combining with chrome handles and ironmongery.

If you want a look that is a little more subtle, consider choosing lighter worktops, perhaps interspersed with wood or wood effect in the area which you use for food preparation.

Concrete worktops have been growing in popularity of late, thanks to their durability,  and surprisingly versatile application.A polished concrete worktop can complement the look of your cream kitchen, creating a clean-lined look.

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How do I keep cream units clean?

If you are considering cream kitchen cabinets, one of your key questions may be – how easy is it to keep a cream coloured kitchen clean?

The answer is – it very much depends on the materials used. While of course cream surfaces do show food spills and splashes, if you choose, for example, a gloss finish, this is easily wiped down with a damp cloth.

When it comes to scuff marks and fingerprints, light coloured kitchens are often easier to keep looking clean – as, unlike darker units, they don’t tend to show up day to day marks.

The key to keeping a cream kitchen clean is to wipe up mops and spills as you go, and be careful when using brightly coloured spices or ingredients.

Cream kitchen ideas – The Verdict

A cream kitchen really is what you make it. And the neutral tones of cream don’t only work with classic and traditional styles. No, our sleek Handleless High Gloss Kitchen Units look absolutely stunning in cream.

The streamlined design of these beautiful J-Groove kitchen cabinets is ideal for creating a a fresh and trendy look. They are the perfect addition to a contemporary kitchen design.

In fact, High gloss kitchens have become one of the most popular finishes in contemporary kitchen design. The shiny surfaces will reflect light around the room – making even the smallest of kitchens appear more spacious.

However, white high gloss can sometimes appear a bit too bright. The neutral tones of cream high gloss creates a cool and clean aesthetic but with a softer finish.In summary – choosing a cream kitchen can be ideal for any homeowner wishing to install a kitchen that will stand the test of time, and offer a versatile backdrop on which to stamp your personality.

Get in touch if you would like some more cream kitchen ideas and inspiration from the Kitchen Warehouse team. We are always on hand to answer any question you may have and to talk you through all your options.