While most people go for one finish/style of door for their kitchen, there are those that go for two tone kitchens to bring in a different colour or texture or to create specific features with a wow effect.

Two tone kitchens can be designed in different ways; two colours that blend together such as a painted wood kitchen where some units, perhaps wall units or other key areas, are in one colour and the rest in another or; by making the units out of a contrasting material and then have the doors in a painted oak or perhaps a gloss or; bringing two textures together such as one of the new, modern, grained materials such as Driftwood or Bardolino Oak with a smooth, gloss acrylic.

The two tone kitchens we have on display include a painted hessian door on oak cabinets, a gloss porcelain handleless door with bi-fold, textured, smoked oak wall units and a mixture of dark elm and gloss grey. These pictures are of a recent project in Bardolino Oak and Gloss Jasmine.

Worktop selection is even more critical with two tone kitchens as there are two elements that the worktop has to coordinate with but with years of experience and a wide range of laminate, granite and quartz worktops available we have everything we need to help you make that decision.

Why not check out our two tone kitchen displays on Mill Lane, Billingham or call us on 01642 550909 and make an appointment for a home survey and we can design the kitchen that’s right for you, whether 1 tone or 2!