By . Kitchen Color. Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 01:58:05 AM.
When mixing wood counters with other wood finishes, it’s often best to stick to either warm or cool tones across the board. Red-brown woods are more traditional, while ashy gray tones have been a popular modern trend in recent years. Whichever tones you prefer, they will be less likely to clash if you stick to one family or the other.
Countertops are another area in the kitchen where you can incorporate some color. Available in a wide array of natural materials and bold custom colors, countertop options are endless. Classic marble or butcher-block-style wood are neutral choices that work well with a variety of wall and cabinet colors, while granite, quartz and other surfaces come in a wide range of colors.
Dark counters, in tones such as black or charcoal, can appear very gothic in some situations and perfectly harmonious in others. If you have dark cabinetry, dark floors or other rich and weighty finishes, a dark countertop will fit right in. In this example, you can see that the white counter is the one that pops, compared with the island counter, which almost blends into the deep wood drawer fronts.
Soft gray countertops and other midtone shades, such as beiges or rich creams, are the most neutral counter options. In this kitchen, with creamy off-white cabinets and golden yellow undertones in the backsplash and wood, the dreamy, creamy counters add to a harmonious, peaceful look, perfect for friendly family breakfasts.
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