Steal This Look: A Colorful Kitchen with Impact in Lewes, England

When you opt for an unexpected color combination in the kitchen, the result is particularly memorable. As much as we like an easygoing palette, we’ve begun to tire of kitchen cabinets painted in the usual neutrals. That’s why we can’t get this colorful kitchen off our minds. The design comes by way of English kitchen maker Inglis Hall, who collaborated on the palette with Simon March of paint company Marchand Son, also known as Colour Makes People Happy. Here is a look at the individual components of the kitchen, color and beyond, to pick and choose from for your own project.

Inglis Hall Offham Kitchen, Paints Above: The kitchen includes a large larder and sideboard painted in drab brown. Photography by Leigh Simpson, courtesy of Inglis Hall from Kitchen of the Week: An Unexpected Palette in a Custom Kitchen Designed by Inglis Hall.
Inglis Hall Offham Kitchen, Stools Above: Shades of brown are offset with bright turquoise green paint. Photography by Leigh Simpson, courtesy of Inglis Hall from Kitchen of the Week: An Unexpected Palette in a Custom Kitchen Designed by Inglis Hall.
Inglis Hall Offham Kitchen, Sink Above: Caesarstone countertops and a vintage-style sink and faucet. Photography by Leigh Simpson, courtesy of Inglis Hall from Kitchen of the Week: An Unexpected Palette in a Custom Kitchen Designed by Inglis Hall.

Paint

Marchand Son Prosthetic Limb Above: The walls of the kitchen are painted in Marchand Son Prosthetic Limb; £78 for 5 liters of paint at Marchand Son.
Marchand Son Beige by Any Other Name Abvoe: The cabinets and island are painted in Beige by Any Other Name; £78 for 5 liters of paint at Marchand Son.
Marchand Son That Guy Will Never Make it Selling Those Shoes Above: The larder and sideboard is painted with That Guy Will Never Make it Selling Those Shoes; £78 for 5 liters of paint at Marchand Son.
Marchand Son Smart Tony Above: The window frames and doors are painted in Smart Tony; £78 for 5 liters of paint at Marchand Son.

Countertops

Caesarstone Topus Quartz Above: The countertops are Caesarstone Topus Quartz 4023.

Appliances

Fisher & Paykel Panel Ready Built-In French Door Refrigerator Above: The refrigerator featured is the Fisher & Paykel ActiveSmart Fridge French Door Slide-in Panel Ready RS90A1 available in the UK. For a comparable model stateside, the Fisher & Paykel Panel Ready Built-In French Door Refrigerator RS36A72J1N is $3,999 at ABT.
Everhot Range Cooker Black 150 Series Above: The Everhot Range Cooker 150 Series is available in black and a range of other colors. Contact Everhot for more information.

Faucets & Fixtures

deVOL Aged Brass Ionian Tap Above: The deVOL Aged Brass Ionian Tap by Perrin & Rowe is $1,080 at Devol Kitchen. The tap shown here has crosshead tops, different from the Perrin & Rowe model shown in the kitchen.
deVOL Aged Brass Parthian Mini Instant Hot Tap Above: The deVOL Aged Brass Parthian Mini Instant Hot Tap is $2,300. The hot water tap in the kitchen shown is a Quooker Traditional Boiling Water Tap that was stripped and refinished to match the kitchen sink.
deVOL Aged Brass Pot Filler Tap Above: The deVOL Aged Brass Pot Filler Tap is $1,265.
deVOL Double Shaker Sink Above: The deVOL Double Shaker Sink is $1,165.

Furniture

Inglis Hall Laines Stool Above: The stools, painted in bold colors from Marchand Son, is the Inglis Hall Laines Stool. Contact Inglis Hall for ordering information.
Marchand Son Koffieboon Above: For a similar color to the painted stool, the Marchand Son Koffieboon is £78 for 5 liters of paint at Marchand Son.

Hardware

Rejuvenation Ball Cabinet Knob Above: The Ball Cabinet Knob in unlacquered brass is $11 each at Rejuvenation.
Rejuvenation Massey Bin Pull Above: Also from Rejuvenation, the unlacquered brass Massey Bin Pull is $17 each.

Accessories

Deborah Ehrlich Cutting Boards Above: The Deborah Ehrlich Maple Cutting Boards start at $125 each from March.
WRF Lab Pitcher White Above: The WRF Lab Large Pitcher in Off White is $110 at Makié.

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