Color can set your home apart from other houses. The same applies to your interior spaces, especially the kitchen. White is a popular color for this room, but it wouldn’t hurt to go against the grain sometimes. Even subtle pops of color will add more life and warmth to the heart of your home.
Here’s where you can add color to your kitchen remodeling project.
An accent wall can tie together the elements of your kitchen. If you are going with wallpaper, choose a pattern that is not too busy or distracting. The more minimal the design, the more other decors in the room will stand out. Using light gray or blue on your ceiling will draw your eyes up and add more dimension to your space.
Often, homeowners choose bolder backsplash options in their kitchen. You can get them in various materials, styles, patterns and colors. A colored backsplash will give your kitchen more personality and contrast. If you want to create a calming effect in your space, consider lighter shades of blue or teal.
Cabinets and Countertops
Add more character to your contemporary kitchen with colored doors on upper cabinet units. A bold-colored island will also make a great focal point for an all-white kitchen. For your island, consider navy blue, black and stained wood for added contrast.
Consider colored appliances if you want to completely transform the look and feel of your kitchen. The great thing about them is that they work with most kitchen styles. They come in a wide range of hues, from vintage pastels and primary colors to metallic.
Whether you are planning a kitchen or bathroom remodel, you must work with a dependable contractor. For your design and build needs, turn to Reliable Remodeling. Call us at (205) 988-9194, or fill out our contact form to request a quote.