Many homeowners prefer kitchen designs in a dark or neutral color palette. Although some people think that a colored kitchen will be less boring. Some of these people only choose kitchen cabinets in bright colors while others mix and match kitchen elements in various colors. In my opinion, both of these methods work very well. Each makes the kitchen more stylish and adds some drama to this place.
It is always a good idea to do it to make a meal and maybe a better dining experience. Besides that, you most likely spend time in your kitchen every day so why not make it brighter and happier?
Americans like white kitchens. We understand that White is clean, simple, orderly and, even worshipers must agree, few are not smart. But we are here to tell you that color can be a kitchen friend, highlight architectural details intelligently, or change an obsolete cabinet. That can change the whole feeling of the room. Even brightening up an area on an island, saying with a refreshing hue can be a real mood booster. Combine the two colors in your closet, and you are headed to a truly personal look.
Color of the Sea and Sky
Use two colors of the same color. In this large open kitchen, the dark blue island is the center of attention, while the ceiling cabinets set the limits. By choosing custom colors to ground high ceiling space and in harmony with stainless-steel equipment and dark wood tapes on the island.
Sage Red And Green Color Warehouse
So that this complementary color scheme is not too inclined towards Christmasy, by choosing a soft and noiseless tone. Wood finishes on the island, the ceiling, and the floor warm the entire palette even more.
Green And White Leaf Color
This lively island is holding a court in this crisp white kitchen, so the idea is to cover the ceiling with custom-painted canvas (wallpaper can also be used) with a matching green-and-white scheme. Along with the plate hanging on the stove, it invites the eye to travel around the room.
Bold Blue and Soft Blue
To add excitement to a simple Shaker-style cupboard in the kitchen, you can use pale blue in the cabinet box and deeper color on the door and the front of the drawer (Mixing two colors that are almost the same).
Bright Red and Midnight Black
The dramatic kitchen feels balanced thanks to a pair of colors with the same intensity. Black cabinets effectively fade into the background to show off the red island in the center, while lightweight backsplash and countertops keep the painted parts from feeling heavy. Can be a good example of combining these two charismatic colors.