Kitchen Colors / August 28, 2018 / Micah Scanlon.
Porcelain sinks can chip, leaving a black mark. Metal pans can also leave black marks or scuffs that are difficult to remove. Made of granite particles and polymers, this material resists scratches and chips.
Lighter colored granite composite sinks can stain, and some special maintenance is required. A natural stone sink soapstone being the most common choice can exactly match your countertop material and can give a kitchen an authentic period look.
Speaking of accent walls, a single painted wall can be a good way to bring in some color in a controlled dose, especially on a wall without upper cabinets. The lower cabinets will break up the look, so you only actually have a small surface area to paint.
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.