Step inside a contemporary lime green kitchen

An elegant, contemporary kitchen design in a striking colour has been created on a limited budget. See more kitchen design ideas at

Vivid lime green units make a bold statement in this small kitchen. A large window keeps the room well ventilated, eliminating the need for an extractor.

1/7 Galley layout

dishwasher with yellow door

(Image credit: Future PLC /Colin Poole)


2/7 How much it cost to run a dishwasher

sink area with tap and fruit

(Image credit: Future PLC \Colin Poole)

The slimline dishwasher has been neatly integrated for a uniform look.


3/7 Sink area

kitchen with granite worksurface and white bowl

(Image credit: Future PLC /Colin Poole)

The smart, angular Abode tap has a cube-shaped section that swivels to control the flow and temperature instead of levers.


4/7 Worktop

kitchen with cabinet white wall and teacups

(Image credit: Future PLC \Colin Poole)

The concrete worksurface is one of the kitchen's most striking elements. Once poured, it was regularly smoothed to prevent bubbles setting and forming weak points. The special blend of cement and granite chippings makes the worktop durable.

Orange House

5/7 Splashback

timber floor with cat white window

(Image credit: Future PLC /Colin Poole)

A bespoke opaque Perspex splashback is a seamless and inexpensive way to protect the wall. Stainless-steel bar handles echo the finish of the hob, sink and tap.

The Plastic Shop

6/7 Timber floor

microwave with oven silver handle

(Image credit: Future PLC /Colin Poole)

Walnut flooring is a practical option for animals or young children, as it can easily be cleaned.

Engineered Real Walnut flooring from Blueridge

7/7 Built-in appliance cupboard

Besides storage for food, crockery and kitchen equipment, the white units house a boiler, microwave, oven and fridge freezer.

Fridge freezer

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Thea Babington-Stitt
Managing Editor

Thea Babington-Stitt is the Managing Editor for Ideal Home. Thea has been working across some of the UK’s leading interiors titles for around 10 years.

She started working on these magazines and websites after graduating from City University London with a Masters in Magazine Journalism. Before moving to Ideal Home, Thea was News and Features Editor at Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc and Country Homes & Interiors.