Kamilka Rafal. Kitchen Colors. November 14th , 2016.
When white kitchens still widely used in lots of homes, colorful kitchen have made a great comeback. Miles away from neutral colors that many of us use, these design are not terrified to hug color. Take a look at these beautiful kitchens, with their awesome backsplashes, even a green flooring, neon countertops and glossily colored cabinetry, and you might just get inspired to try with hue in your home.
Apple and Aqua Green Kitchen
Jennifer Ott picked the strong colors for her design based merely on what she loves. Furnitures that she had bought and interesting with were often in bright tones, so it only made logic to mix those colors into her innovative kitchen. Her plan was to use neutral colors for stuffs that are difficult or expensive to change — like for the floors and the countertop — and use strong colors for stuffs that are easy to change out — like accessories and paint.
Small Emerald Green Kitchen
Inspired by the cheerful colors of a tropical forest, Justina Blakeney decided to develop in her tiny Los Angeles kitchen. A gorgeous green coats the walls and a colorful cutting board improves additional brightness to the tiny area.
Vintage Kitchen with Turquoise Accents
Encouraged by the 1920s sources of this pleasant Los Angeles house, designer Erica Islas experimented classic but happy turquoise in this lively kitchen. The San Felipe–pattern tiled floor inspired the Spanish tiled backsplash, which at a later stage evolved into a palette of whites, teals and terra-cottas.
Gorgeous and Green Kitchen
"Stability does not always boring," designer Alison Glen says. This customer took that advice to go all out and heart with contrasting zebra wood cupboards and lime-green countertops. A mixture backsplash bridges the room's colors.
The household spent a lot of time with Glen, exploring which resources would work finest for their room. Zebra wood was selected for its design and because it is gathered from sustainable jungles and formaldehyde free.
Great particulars usually come at a price, which the household and Glen knew they'd have to consider the costs. They wanted to get that smooth metal strip in the kitchen countertop and balanced their financial plan by rearrange on upper cabinets, using open shelving in its place.
Creative and Modern Concept Kitchen
Designer Mark Melonas had an attractive free hand when it came to planning this kitchen. The customer did want red mark, which Melonas combined through a custom crystal bowl and contemporary bar stools for the kitchen island ring. The painting is a custom part by artist Michael Owen.
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