By . Kitchen Color. Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 00:11:16 AM.
For those who are looking for a little more color than the basic neutrals we have listed, blue may be the color for you. Blue kitchens have been popular at different times in the past, so despite being a cool color, it may give you a warm feeling of nostalgia. Using a light blue can create a clean, fresh and calming look in your kitchen, or you may choose a darker shade to make a bolder statement.
Again, it’s never wise to have just one large black element in your design, as it may stand out like a sore thumb, so you’ll want to introduce other sprinklings of black such as elegantly simple black cabinet knobs and pulls.
This stark look works well in contemporary spaces. As mentioned, the severity of a true white can fight a traditional decor, but in a modern space it feels appropriately crisp. It’s especially effective in small spaces, such as compact condo kitchens, paired with minimalist white cabinets to give the illusion of a bigger space.
Choosing a dark gray rather than pure black will soften the look, so it’s usually preferable to stop at charcoal in most situations.
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