We all get it: when you first decorated your house, an all-white kitchen seemed like a good idea. After all, white is the symbol of purity and flawless organization, so this color makes the entire room seem cleaner, brighter and accentuates all the amazing architectural details of your kitchen furniture. But no matter how many hours you spend cleaning every single inch, white still goes against you by revealing even the tiniest fingerprints and traces of dust. If you feel ready to end your old romance with this capricious shade, consider opting for a burst of color and start your kitchen remodel project now.
Spice Things up a Bit by Adding a Touch of Color
Modern kitchen cabinets available in bright, intense tones are hotter than ever and can become your best friends, taking into account that they can make the architectural elements stand out, personalize your living space and give a completely new feel to the entire room. Here are three fantastic kitchen remodel ideas that may meet and even exceed you aesthetic expectations.
1) Feeling Blue Has Never Felt Better
Blue is the color of the sea and the sky. It reminds you of vacation and evokes positive emotions. Cabinets dyed in 2 shades of blue, correlated with bands of natural-looking, dark wood, high ceilings and shiny, modern stainless steel appliances will turn even the dullest kitchen into a breezy space that will boost your mood and satisfy all your aesthetic requirements.
2) Reinterpreting Unexpected Contrasts
If you have chosen to hold on to your all-white custom kitchen for many years in a row, you may be one of those people who are less likely to invest in extreme makeovers. Change is good, so why not make the most of your creative freedom by mixing and matching different tones that have absolutely nothing in common? The end results may take you by surprise, highlighting a very prominent artistic side that you knew nothing about up until now. Pair red custom kitchen cabinets with softer, muted green tones and classic wood finishes on the floor, island and ceiling. The subtle mix of greenish, red and brown tones will convert your kitchen into a vibrant, warm, stimulating environment.
3) Red & Black Is the New Black
If you don’t feel ready to banish white from your kitchen, we totally understand. If white is your thing, nothing should stop you from embracing it. But this doesn’t mean that you can’t improvise and experiment a little. Play with the most intense shade of red that you can obtain, coupled with the darkest black. Snow White had raven hair, a light complexion and cherry lips. Your Snow White-inspired kitchen can display black cabinets, a centered red island, plus an all-white ceiling and white countertops that balance the powerful, equal-intensity hues. You can also take this dramatic look to a whole new level by adding golden metallic hardware that will enable your recently remodeled kitchen to gain a royal vibe.
A burst of color can breathe new life into your old kitchen remodel project, making it seem brighter, bigger and much more welcoming. If you don’t know where to start or how to select the most appropriate color scheme, count on your dependable experts from Modern Kitchen Center to make a wise decision. Just give us a call at 800-876-0075 to convert your indoor kitchen space into a livable masterpiece.
Robin’s award winning designs have been recognized by several National and Regional design contests.
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