By . Kitchen Color. Published at Tuesday, April 03rd, 2018 - 00:00:48 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.
Here’s a situation where dark countertops are nearly a must. When you’re using a tinted mirror backsplash to subtly open up the space visually, a dark counter will echo the deep, moody surface for a perfect complement.
Backsplashes are another way to add some color to your kitchens, and there are many different directions to go. You can choose from simple white tiles to more intricate and colorful designs. If you're set on using bold colors in your kitchen, your backsplash is a safe place to do it, and it can help liven up more neutral cabinets and countertops.
Because white can sometimes absorb and dampen nearby colors, a rich, dark countertop can actually be the better choice to bring out subtle colors in painted cabinets.
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