When people walk into your home, you surely hope the first rooms they see make a good impression. For these homeowners, that meant working nights and weekends putting together a better, more efficient kitchen. And one of the things they notice first is how your kitchen’s coloring looks like. And,we know that making a right choice of color could be hard sometimes. Here are some useful tips for you.
Well, you know that you need to cozy up the work space. But keep this in mind; colorful is indeed good, sometimes, but too much color won’t do your kitchen. Try not to mix up so many colors, but do not only use one color.
The key to mix colors for you kitchen is to insert bright colors in dark ones or vice versa, or insert shiny colors in blurry ones, or put warm colors together. Don’t forget to put colors that suit their complementary partners. Here are some examples of color mixtures for you:
- Light green cabinets in yellow or orange colored kitchen
- Shiny blue cabinets in white colored kitchen
- Shiny red cabinets in shiny colored kitchen with ceramics
- Shiny bold green cabinet in warm green colored kitchen
- Gray cabinets in warm white colored kitchen, or
- Yellow cabinets in gray colored kitchen.
Besides the cabinets themselves, you might also want to consider the rugs inside them to make sure they fit each other. A colorful or patterned rug instantly gives your cabinets and kitchen that holds them a boost of personality and comfort. Plus, a comfy rug adds warmth underfoot and a touch of homeyness to your hardworking kitchen space. Consider placing a rug in areas of the kitchen such as in front of the range, refrigerator, or sink, where you tend to do a lot of standing. Be sure to place a slip-prevention mat beneath the rug for safety. Makes sure you the colors of the rug perfectly with the color of the cabinets.
The next thing is, add some drama to your kitchen by contrasting light color cabinetry with a dark-stained cabinet. The glass front on the espresso cabinets keeps the section from feeling heavy and is a chic way to display glassware. The mix of cabinets complement the multicolor tile backsplash, giving the kitchen a dramatic, cohesive look. In short, do not be afraid to switch up your paint colors.