And finally, if you’ve chosen to use Flax Blue as your only cabinet colour, like we did on our final Suffolk kitchen scene pictured, you might want to bring in another colour to your palette to provide some lift. Not everybody wants a colour scheme that’s entirely quiet and soothing, but happily, Flax Blue gets along well with a number of accent shades too. Depending on how much of your extra colour you want to bring into your kitchen, you could paint the base of a dining table or any bar stools and dining chairs. Or, add to your colour palette by putting down the paint pots and considering fabric. In our Suffolk kitchen, we kept to a paint scheme of Flax Blue and neutrals (each ever so tonally different, with Driftwood on the Charlecote island, Shingle on the Wardley bar stools and Snow on the walls), but brought in a stronger colour through the Roman blind. Because Mustard (and indeed, Rust) are two richer, earthier, warmer hues that are a match made for Flax Blue.