Abstract Five Colours

The Abstract Five Colours get their unusual name in a rather interesting way. The story begins with Tomas Hinton’s father and grandfather who were both talented artists. Their beautiful abstract oil paintings have always hung on the walls of Tomas’s home, providing warmth, colour and inspiration. So when it came to creating colours, five of the paintings were selected to create a unique palette of earthy and original colours. It’s an interesting way to create colour and a lovely story to tell, but best of all the colours are truly beautiful.

If you like the idea of using two colours, consider using one strong colour for the base elements and a more neutral colour for the wall elements.  This avoids two colours competing for attention and the scheme becoming too ‘busy’. You can even specify your own colours and mix lacquered doors with wood finishes. Whatever you do, please look at real paint samples, which are held at the showrooms.

Due to re-production limitations all the colours/swatches in the brochures and on-line are only indicative.



In addition to our Abstract Five Colours, there a now new colours and it is also possible to specify your own colours. Simply let us have a swatch or a reference number and we'll take it from there.


Kitchens with wood finishes are another superb option, either mixed in with coloured doors or entirely from wood.  Shown here are examples of different natural wood finishes for your 'Tomas Style'. 


The plinth (kick-board) and the rail (above the door on SHEER kitchens) are collectively referred to as the Trims.

Start with the door colours and then consider what trim finish will complete the look for your Tomas kitchen.

As with the printed colour samples, please refer to real samples of the actual thing.