“Just as Jess suggests, a change of paint colour is an update that will have the greatest impact, and the kitchen can certainly be a part of that. A Neptune kitchen is all about lasting a lifetime, but that doesn’t mean to say it has to remain looking the same as the day you had it fitted. Changing the colour of your cabinets is such a wonderful way to breathe new life into the room and to feel as though you have a brand new kitchen, but it’s a huge undertaking to commit to every season. Instead, consider concentrating on one element of the kitchen, like an island or a dresser, or the wall colour which is much less fiddly to paint than cabinetry.
“In terms of autumnal palettes, I, like Jess, just adore our new Olive colourway, which I’d pair with Honed Slate as it has the same yellow undertones making for a harmonious duo. Or for something fresher to evoke those crisp autumn days, try Lily; picking two colours from the same family, be it Fossil, Timber, Plant and so on, will always work together as they share the same undertones. Otherwise, I really love Juniper and Snow together, which has a hint more of a winter character to it. Or, for a beautifully rich autumnal scheme, Walnut and Paprika are perfect together.” Annie