With more time being spent at home than ever before, you might be looking for quick ways to give your kitchen and bathroom a little refresh for the Autumn. Choosing on-trend colours for your home is a great place to start and it will have your rooms looking Pinterest-worthy in no time at all.

Bold colours

Right now there is a trend for choosing calm colours like soft greys, greens and blues to complement your existing kitchen aesthetic. However, to add some interest in a pale grey kitchen, why not choose your utilities and kitchen wall splashbacks in a contrasting colour? White kitchens also seem to be sticking around, so to add a pop of colour and express your creativity, something bold like a lime green splashback would work perfectly. To breathe new life into a neutral bathroom, think touches of teal or sunny yellow. If a totally teal bathroom isn’t your thing, introducing bathroom splashback wall panels is definitely a happy compromise.

White & wood

If a colourful bathroom really isn’t for you, sticking to the ‘white and wood’ trend is a great idea. Natural-looking floors and cabinets have a rustic yet contemporary charm when paired with white walls and white acrylic shower panels or bathroom splashbacks. Add in some trendy hanging plants and it’s simple to create a clean and timeless looking bathroom.

Soft pastels

There really is something for everyone with these summer colour trends. Pastel colours remain a firm favourite for many people as they can add a quaint and calming touch to an interior. They also work well in both kitchens and bathrooms so you could easily keep your pastel theme running through your whole home. A popular choice is to paint your kitchen cabinets in a pastel colour like Water Lily Green, however, you could go one step further by colour matching your utilities, accessories and splashbacks to really make a statement. Soft pink walls look extremely fashionable in a bathroom, but if you’re looking for something more subtle, why not try keeping your walls white and adding the colour with a pink bath panel?

To find out more about kitchen and bathroom splashback panels, contact us at Genie Splashbacks today.