Materials and colours
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For a kitchen that lives up to your expectations, Mobalpa offers you to mix materials and colours in the simplest of ways.
Your designer puts the small pots (of paint) in the large ones for a combination of colours and materials that personalise your customised kitchen according to the trends and your interior design desires!
With Mobalpa, create a sensation and make you want to come back to it with a colourful kitchen worthy of magazine kitchens... decorated in the image of your interior.
Your choice of kitchen colour depends on the layout of the room and the location of your kitchen.
Light colours will tend to make the room larger and bring light to a small kitchen.
Dark colours will create a chic and modern look for a kitchen that opens onto the living room.
Warm tones will be ideal to warm up the atmosphere, while pastel shades will bring softness and serenity to a sober and pure kitchen.
Colour is exploding in decoration. This trend reflects the positivism we want to find in our interiors. More daring shades are once again in the spotlight, with powdery pinks, deep purples, but also bright greens.
Follow your desires and let yourself be guided through a vast choice of shapes, colours and materials to create the combination that suits you, an atmosphere that is bound to be unique.
White, black, blue, pink, green, nude, yellow, red... For each kitchen trend there is a coloured kitchen!
For an industrial style kitchen, you will opt for kitchen furniture with matt black fronts, a raw oak worktop and furniture with metal finishes. Punctuated with decorative objects in green, yellow or orange, your coloured kitchen will look great in your dining room.
Neutral tones such as pink, beige, nude, light grey and green, combined with the warmth of a light wood worktop and credenza, will create a natural atmosphere that is both soothing and warm.
A monochrome of white, black, grey or even matt green will make your kitchen the essential design room of the house.
Warm and natural materials and colours such as wood, terracotta or mustard yellow will bring a Provencal and bohemian spirit to a closed kitchen.
Finally, midnight blue and fir green, the trend colours of the last few years, will have no equal in highlighting a marble worktop and golden handles.
In a kitchen open to the living room, the kitchen colour should be chosen according to the style and size of the room.
For a small open kitchen, our designers recommend choosing neutral colours for a nice continuity from one space to the other. Light colours and clean lines will indeed give the impression of enlarging the space.
If the room is large, then it's a good idea to delineate the spaces with kitchen furniture and flooring that is different from the dining room furniture.
For even more ideas, take a look at our range of coloured kitchens online or ask our designers in shop for advice.
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