If you’re lucky enough to live in a Georgian home, we’d recommend trying to capture the elegance this period is known for by focusing on symmetry and grand proportions. A sense of light and space is also important in your modern interpretation of the Georgian kitchen - they loved balance and harmony and paid particular attention to the hidden details and craftsmanship in hinges and dovetail joints (something we’re fairly familiar with, too). Kitchen cabinets and walls were often hand painted in pale shades with a matt finish - our Powder Blue, Lily or Old Chalk shades work well. An ornate cooker hood (our Suffolk one is a good example), will echo the grand detailing of the period, while neat, oval, burnished brass cabinet handles, reflect the focus on simple elegance.
It’s also worth noting that a traditional Georgian kitchen would’ve been in the basement, the domain of servants, but that, since then, many have been reconfigured to sit on the ground floor, more conveniently close to the living spaces (something you might want to consider if yours is still in the basement).