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As a colourist who spends most of my time outdoors in the Wiltshire countryside, natural plant tones and specifically the chalk horses prominent on so many horizons around me have greatly influenced my colours.

My unique Kitchen Cupboard Paint palette provides you with an array of timeless tones and hues to chose from. The colours and low sheen paint finish are suitable for the widest variety of kitchen and furniture doors shapes; classic, beaded, flat panel and shaker door styles.


Within each colour choice, you will find a helpful resource palette to include accent colours for islands, furniture and or backboards and suggested room wall paint that will complement the painted cupboards.

Alton Barnes White Horse


Working as a painted kitchen designer for more than twenty years, I guided clients through the deliberations of colour choice for their new kitchen cupboards and the related room colours. Fired Earth, Farrow & Ball, Little Green, The Paper Library and Designers Guild became my friends. Through in-depth knowledge of these colour palettes and how they complemented the painted kitchens that I specified and sold, I honed my eye for a timeless Kitchen Cupboard Paint collection.

During my tenure as Sales and Marketing Director for the AIM listed painted Kitchen maker, John Lewis Of Hungerford Plc, I developed and launched a 100+ colour palette specifically for painted kitchen cupboards, and here I established skill for creating unique colour tones for fitted and unfitted kitchen furniture.

I launched my own paint supply and kitchen consulation service in the summer of 2019.


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Rose Blush and Kilburn Paint Colours
Subtle on Trend

Rose Blush with Kilburn

Copper, Marble & Quartz

Pewsey and Dark Knight paint colours
Clean Lines

Pewsey with Dark Knight

Pewter, Limestone & Mirror Glass

Gaiter Green paint colour
Sultry and Warm

Gaiter Green

Rose Gold, Oak & Tobia Zinc

Colour Inspiration


The White Horses Collection represents the iconic chalk horses carved into the British landscape and the wide variety of chalk colour tones they present.
With so many styles dating from the 3000-year-old Uffington White Horse with its historic grace in old chalk to the contemporary clean-lined Cheriton White Horse created in 2003, there is a delightful array of different chalky shades across all thirteen of the White Horses in my collection.
The material and texture of each White Horse locality is the influence for these pale tones; the flinty Iron Age greys, a green sand white, chalky mellow gold, dusty bronze, white quartz, limestone and milky creams that are unique to the location of each White Horse.

Classic Colours


Drawing tones from bestselling colours from the last decade which continue to provide constant and fresh brightness to kitchen cupboards. These are traditional tones in creams and whites with some pale blues and faded dusty greys.

Trend Colours


The Kitchen Cupboard Paint Trend Collection provides upcoming interior colours for your cupboards. Using trend colours on a single freestanding furniture piece such as a dresser or set of chairs is a perfect way to try a new tone.

Often trends in kitchens are led by makers such as deVol and Magnet, keep an eye on the Kitchen Cupboard Paint Blog for the latest updates and inspiration on how to use trend colours in a more timeless manner.


Accent Colours are perfect for popping a  pop colour into new places such as painting within a glazed cabinet, on backboards or the rear of a peninsula for example. Two-tone cabinetry can make a room seem more spacious and adds contrast, for example, an island feature can be picked out in a bolder colour or base level units in a darker tone and wall cabinets in a light tone; there are endless possibilities.


From the exclusive Kitchen Cupboard Paint colours, you will find tones that complement each other very well. Colour combinations can be useful within your kitchen space in a variety of ways.
For example, base level cabinets in a dark tone combined with backboards and wall cupboards in a paler tone is an excellent look for smaller yet busy kitchen spaces.
Pale base cupboards and wall cupboards with a contrasting accent colour on freestanding furniture or island units work very effectively.
Get inspired by looking at our full paint palette and ordering swatches or sample sets to try out at home.

Accent Colours
Colour Combinations
Pewsey and Cheriton Paint Colours
Soft and Chic


with Cheriton

Dark Knight and Roundway Paint combination
Clear Contrast

Dark Knight

with Roundway

Hosta Blue Hue and Alton Barnes
Beside the Seaside

Hosta Blue Hue

with Alton Barnes

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