5 moodboards inspired by nature to give you ideas for your kitchen

Balance between beauty and sustainability

A beautiful, nature-drawn palette is key to creating a kitchen that isn’t just cosy but stands the test of time. But where do you start and what should you choose? Briellyn Turton, interior designer and founder of Studio Brie, and a host of Australia’s Best House on Channel Nine, has created five stunning and easy-to-live-with palettes that work across a variety of home styles using Neolith architectural stone surfaces.



Modern Organic


With natural tones and touchable textures, this board will bring a soft, organic feel to your kitchen. Using Neolith Calacatta Royale which features warm gold veining against a creamy background, as the foundation, Turton has created a scheme that is rich in earthy texture and character, ideal for a contemporary, family kitchen.


While keeping this scheme neutral, interest has been added through organic textures, such as light oak cladding that could be used at the base of a kitchen island, round travertine tiles, a lattice-like, metallic weave which could be used to create a distinctive element on the upper cabinetry doors, and gorgeous pill-shaped brass handles in a brushed gold finish for that little hint of luxury. As a result, a kitchen that is as natural as it gets, with details that bring delicacy and style.