Colour Temperatures

Choosing the right LED colour

It's important to understand the differences between 'warm white' and 'cool white' LED lighting and how each interacts with different kitchen surfaces and colourways.

Here's some guidance to help you create the perfect lighting scheme for your kitchen. Match your worktop/door finish to the closest match in the examples shown below (The worktops/doors are sat below the LED colour which we would recommend).

Kitchen Lighting
Kitchen Lighting

Traditional Style Kitchens

Warm White
Warm White 2850K – 3250K

Contemporary Kitchens

Cool White
Cool White 5000K – 5650K
  • Marble

    Marble

  • Sandstone

    Sandstone

  • Dark Oak

    Woodgrains

  • Black Granite, Gold Fleck

    Black Granite, Gold Fleck

  • Grey Granite

    Grey Granite

  • Slate

    Slate

  • White Granite

    White Granite, Silver Fleck

  • Silver Fleck

    Granite, Silver Fleck

  • Dark Oak

    Dark Oak, Medium Oak or Walnut

  • Light Oak

    Light Oak, Beech or Ash

  • Ivory or Cream

    Ivory or Cream

  • Painted Ivory

    Painted Doors

  • Dark Oak or 
Dark Ash

    Dark Oak or Dark Ash

  • Bleached Oak

    Bleached Oak

  • Gloss White

    Gloss Black

  • White

    Gloss White

We’re aiming to make it as easy as possible for you to choose the right LED colour for your kitchen, ensuring it’s as stunning as it is functional.

Warm White

Produces a cosy, calming effect which complements a traditional style kitchen featuring wood surfaces and muted worktops perfectly.

Cool White

Gives a more modern effect, bouncing off gloss or contemporary surfaces to create a stunning effect.