It wasn't easy - as I browsed I found myself becoming more critical, dismissing a room here because of overuse of plastic, there because of murderous touches of purple.
But in the end, this one from David Giles Photography (well worth a look for lovely interior shots) looked like a good bet to me.
And what do I like about it? The painted wood furniture, the use of white as background, the bright touches of colour, and in particular the informality. It adds up to a fresh and pretty functional look that I admire.
And I have a certain allegiance to it because of that focal powder blue range. When we were buying our yellow range, the owner of the shop was told of our request and rushed out especially to tell us that we wouldn't be wanting yellow; we'd be wanting green or black. But we insisted. It turned out to be a darker yellow than the sample, but there it is now and I'd miss its brazen presence if it were to go.