Ombre wall paint inspiration, on trend for 2016. Love the transition of dark to light blue here, especially how well it contrasts with white furniture. Blue and white work very well together and here's a way of introducing blue without giving screaming "beach house".
Me and Neil were chatting about paint colours for No. 42 the other day. I asked him which wall sample he preferred in each of the rooms and he replied: "I don't mind, as long as the whole house isn't grey. These samples all look grey" Oopsy!
If using Farrow & Ball's Pink Ground as the dominant colour in your kitchen, consider a darker accent colour such as Charleston Gray or Dove Tale on skirting boards, upstands or window surrounds. Against these darker hues it will appear as a soft fleshy tone that is both warm and inviting. http://www.josephkingsley.co.uk/blog/farrow-ball-key-2015-colours-pink-ground-and-solid-oak-kitchens/