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10 New Colours for TKFC Painted Kitchen Furniture Range

April 15, 2014 12:55 pm

Here at The Kitchen Furniture Co we are delighted to announce that we have added 10 new colours to our already impressive palette, to create what we believe to be the largest suite of colours available on any range of painted kitchen furniture in the country. 

Our paints used in our painted kitchen furniture range are selected for their colour-fast properties and low environmental impact, and all of the furniture is hand sprayed in our UK based workshops. 

Totalling 25 carefully selected and on trend hues, as well as being available in the natural beauty of an unpainted finish, our range of tables, chairs and stools will complement just about any kitchen décor you could think of. Mix, match, or contrast with your kitchen colour scheme, the possibilities for your painted kitchen furniture colour scheme are now almost endless.

The Kitchen Furniture CoWorking equally well in the dining room, conservatory or kitchen diner, The Kitchen Furniture Co’s latest additions will help to create the perfect ambience for your family and friends. Our relaxed collection of delicate neutral shades are perfect for creating understated elegance, and the underlying tones in these colours have a softness that are sympathetic to many of the materials that are used in kitchen spaces. 

In direct contrast to short-lived modern trends, there is a flourishing demand for painted kitchens, as they offer the unique combination of being current while retaining a timeless appeal, and as the painted kitchen has evolved, there is greater scope than ever to add a personal touch. The Kitchen Furniture Co lets you continue this sophisticated theme through to your dining furniture, from bar stools to dining tables and chairs.

From timeless classic neutrals to bold contemporary shades, our stunning new colour palette allows you to make a statement that reflects your individual sense of taste and design. The colours are further enhanced by the beautiful wood grain patterning of the timber that is subtly revealed through the process of hand spraying, and which is so desirable in quality furniture.