Perfect Aesthetics - Kitchen Cabinet Color Combos That Work
We Americans love white kitchens. Sleek, simple and perfectly aesthetic – they’re the best color option for kitchens. But what if you wanted something different, something that would make you stand out? Clearly the best way to do that is by refacing or replacing your kitchen cabinets. Changing the color of your kitchen cabinets is the best way to give it an extra boost. If you are still wondering where to begin, here are some tips you could use to pull off a flawless combination in the kitchen:
1. Copper + WhiteThis color duo gives your kitchen an earthy, refreshing tone. Use darker wood cabinets (or laminate) and go with shades like copper, dark chocolate or chestnut. Add copper utensils or faucets and bring a spark of light with a white mosaic or simple tile wall.
2. Apple Green + White + BlackThis is more of an industrial combo. With apple green tones, it’s important to use lighter and darker contrasts to bring that minty hue out into the spotlight. If you have larger windows in your kitchen, this might work to your advantage because the natural light will be enough to balance that darkness of black and paleness of the green.
3. Yellow + Blue Jewel Tones
This powerful combination of egg-yellow and jewel-blue is surely going to make your kitchen stand out. The warmth and brightness of the yellow is juxtaposed by the refreshing and cool blue tones. Light chestnut floors would work perfectly to anchor the room. And to wrap it up, add bright blue and yellow dishes behind glass euro-style cabinets to give the kitchen an ultra-chic modern look.