6 Neutral Kitchen Ideas for 2022


The notion of a neutral kitchen is by no means a new concept; primarily because of how versatile the neutral theme is.

The range of colours available makes it easy to match any decor, colour palette, materials, and accessories you choose.

A neutral colour scheme can transform your kitchen into an elegant and stylish space. Still, the wrong combination of elements can easily make it dull. Here are some suggestions to elevate a neutral kitchen so you can create a luxury interior by choosing the right colours, materials, and creative touches.


The platinum theme has been prevalent in interior design over the last few years, and it’s not hard to see why when you see how it transforms a room. Platinum colours tend to look very clean and tidy, creating an image of lightness and spaciousness that will impress anyone who visits your home.

A gloss platinum kitchen with kitchen island


Cashmere is an excellent colour to use in your kitchen because it creates a warm and cosy environment. One way to incorporate it in your kitchen is to have cashmere cabinets and partner them with wooden accessories and herringbone flooring. This gives your kitchen that modern look while still keeping a friendly atmosphere.

Cashmere coloured kitchen cabinets with wooden herringbone flooring

Pale Grey

Grey is a classic colour for a reason. It’s sleek, sophisticated, and neutral enough to allow you to easily change your decor in the future if you want a new look. Pale grey is particularly trendy this season because the versatile hue pairs well with almost every style and palette. We particularly love it used with a rich indigo, as shown below. In addition to looking good, grey kitchens also feel good because the colour is so relaxing and calming.

Pale grey kitchen wall cabinets teamed with navy blue island cabinetry

Cobble Grey

A darker, earthier tone, cobble grey paired with chalk or platinum white is a stunning colour combination for a kitchen. Try this mushroom type grey in your base cabinets matched with bright white wall cabinets for a seamless, minimalist feel. 

Shaker kitchen cabinetry in mid grey with white wall units and kitchen island.

Atlantic Green

A neutral kitchen doesn’t necessarily mean whites, browns or greys. Green can also be a neutral colour, as it is found in nature, so it can work well in kitchens as long as you choose the right shade.

If you’re into a more modern kitchen style, an atlantic green industrial-style kitchen can be just what you need to add some personality to your cooking space. The green paired with concrete creates a clean, minimalistic look with a focus on function.

a pale green modern kitchen with island and wooden worktops

All of these colour choices are still within the neutral realm. They all offer just a hint of colour and scream luxury with their sophisticated looks. These are ideal kitchens for people who don’t necessarily want colour but desire elegance to the space.

For more neutral kitchen ideas, check out our other kitchen styles.

And if you’d like to chat with us about your kitchen project, contact us to make an appointment.

At Butlers Kitchens we promise to provide you with the right design, using the best products, each and every time.

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