Kitchen Colors / August 28, 2018 / Micah Scanlon.
Architectural details such as columns, legs and fluting. With pendant lights and other decorative styles, size is also important. Too large and the fixture will overwhelm a small kitchen too small and it may get lost in a large space.
And this means you can safely use a more bold hue without it completely taking over. And, of course, if the shade doesn’t feel quite right, it’s not a huge undertaking for a patient DIYer to paint over the area again. Your walls aren’t the only place to add in some color.
Beautifully varied texture to it, and an elongated rectangle shape that feels modern. A low backsplash of two rows of graphic green and gray tile one row below the window. An complements a blue wall and geometric pendants in this home in Lyon, France.
Two-tone cabinets continue to be a big kitchen trend and a great way to add in some color without fully committing. Using a colorful door option for just a few cabinets, such as a stretch of uppers. Brings a punch of interest without overwhelming the whole room.