Can you guess the TOP 3 kitchen colours of 2023 (so far)?


The Top 3 Kitchen Colour Searches for 2023 (so far)

  • Royal Blue
  • Green
  • Neutrals


New search data by shopping company La Redoute has revealed that royal blue is the most searched for colour for kitchen interiors to date, closely followed by green and neutral shades.

As the kitchen continues to evolve into a multi-functional space for most homes, choosing the perfect colour palette has become even more important – making sure to incorporate trending colours as well as weaving in your own personal interior taste.

If you don’t fancy a full on coloured kitchen, you could opt for chic cutlery and accessories.


Shoppers are trending towards dramatic and show stopping kitchen spaces. More forgiving than black, this inky blue shade oozes easy elegance while also concealing stains and spills.

When it comes to seamlessly incorporating royal blue into kitchen areas, Coat Paints’ Flat Matte Emulsion Paint in The Drink adds an air of sophistication. Pair with gold metalwork for the ultimate refined appearance, or add cream countertops and pale woods to create a harmonious balance of lighter and darker tones.

For Home decor lovers wanting to dip their toes into this stylish shade, accessories like royal blue dining chairs add a hint of drama and luxury without committing to the entire space.


For hectic kitchens that are always bursting with activity, introducing green into the space will restore serenity. Green is a great shade which easily brings the outdoors in and this colour has proven to be a calming addition to any home that’s transferrable across the seasons.

Homeowners can make a statement with rich olive and forest shades, adding the Sanderson Active Emulsion Paint in Devon Green to interior walls and woodwork for an eye-catching pop of earthiness.

Another great way to integrate green into the home is with paler tones like sage and eucalyptus, which incorporate nature into the space without being too overwhelming. Again, you could accent a neutral kitchen with green dining sets.


The beloved neutral home is here to stay, as the research proved that homeowners are still opting for this versatile design choice in the kitchen.

Bright and uplifting, but not as harsh as white, homes can combine sumptuous creams and beiges with warm undertones to create a welcoming space, especially in kitchens that lack natural light.

Swap out the white walls for something more inviting with a wash of Coat Paints’ Flat Matt Emulsion Paint in Pampas, compliment this with wooden stools and natural prints  to add some texture to the neutral space.

What are your preferences for a kitchen?  If you’re thinking of selling in the not too distant future, we would recommend keeping the kitchen neutral so as to appeal to a wider range of potential buyer, and letting them add their own colourful touches.



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