All-white kitchens have taken a back seat to splashes of colour. Treat the heart of your home to timber accents and pops of your favourite shade.
Beyond Time Natural Chevron clock, $129. Channeling country farmhouse vibes. earlysettler.com.au
Bahia stool, $640. Form meets function in this striking seat. mercimaison.com
Blue Q apron, $49.95. Made from soft, extra-sturdy cotton twill with extra-long waist ties, handy pockets and an easy to adjust neck strap. quirksy.com.au
David Trubridge Sola Pendant, POA. Timber lighting is a simple and effective way to add texture and another shade to your kitchen. This one is made from bamboo. mondoluce.com
Kaksoset plywood tray, $46. Decorative trays such as this can not only serve a functional purpose, but also act as colourful art in a busy space. marimekko.com/au
Hand-carved lion wall hook by Wildlife Garden, $46.90. From now on, your tea towels or apron can find its place on a sturdy wall hook. thedesigngiftshop.com
Kitchen towel, $35. It's wise to introduce colour into your kitchen in items such as tea towels, so if you fall in love with a new hue, it's easy to swap it out. casaecucina.com.au
Sassafras Goose serving board, $165. With a clever handle disguised as a goose head and polished pewter beak, this works as an antipasto platter, cheese board, sushi board, or general nibbles platter. australianwoodwork.com.au
Rhapsody bowl, $3.95. Bringing a bold, maximalist look to the table, each piece in this range features textile-inspired patterns and contrasting colour combinations that will bring your food to life. maxwellandwilliams.com.au
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