Blue/green kitchen?!

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Misty9 Fri 04-Sep-20 20:37:05

Help! I was set on altino petrol blue doors from DIY kitchens, but I've now put the sample door in my new house's kitchen - and I don't like it shock it looks quite dull and more grey/sage. Not bright enough.

I'm really struggling to find anything bright and modern. Preferably a turquoise colour. Any ideas?! Budget is about 5k for a small L shaped layout (only about 8 units). I'm planning a white acrylic worktop

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bigbradford Fri 04-Sep-20 21:09:03

John Lewis kitchens have some stunning blues and greens. Not turquoise (might be a bit niche) but several stunning bluey green options. Paint the walls brighter if you want bright and have a very light work surface.

GenderApostate19 Fri 04-Sep-20 21:54:08

Mine is Blue quartz acrylic gloss, it’s a true duck egg blue with a slight metallic shimmer. I love it but it shows every fingerprint.

Isolatedizzy Fri 04-Sep-20 22:54:40

Here's my Altino blue DIY kitchen if it helps any!
I love it!
It looks more blue in real life!

Misty9 Fri 04-Sep-20 22:56:23

bigbradford

John Lewis kitchens have some stunning blues and greens. Not turquoise (might be a bit niche) but several stunning bluey green options. Paint the walls brighter if you want bright and have a very light work surface.

Ooh they do, thank you - I'd never have thought to look there! Probably pricey though...

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Misty9 Fri 04-Sep-20 22:57:20

Isolatedizzy

Here's my Altino blue DIY kitchen if it helps any!
I love it!
It looks more blue in real life!

Thank you - I love it but in my kitchen it just looked dull and more grey than blue sad

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bigbradford Fri 04-Sep-20 23:35:55

John Lewis do moderately priced ranges (a few) but as you didn’t need many units I thought you might consider them. They did a 20% off sale last January. Their work surfaces are expensive though.

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