Kitchen Cabinets / August 28, 2018 / Amalia Harkins.
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.
You can pair a wallpaper with a short backsplash to help avoid any water issues. Either way, a playful wallpaper can add a dose of color and some energizing pattern to a kitchen. Either as an all-over treatment or as a single accent wall.
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 basins in your kitchen sink allow you to perform separate tasks, such as cleaning dishes and preparing food, with ease. The idea is that you can clean up in the large basin and prep in the smaller one.