: 476x357 px
: June 13, 2018
Line the back of shelves or a backsplash with beaded board to add cottage style texture to your kitchen. Paint the beaded board a fun color that matches the rest of your kitchen, and be sure to finish it with a waterproof sealant if you are installing it behind or around a sink. Use windows as a spot for pattern and color in a kitchen where neutrals reign.
Mid tone grays, especially those with blue undertones, bring richness to new and old world kitchens. Here, warm gray is used to draw attention to a tablelike island, perimeter cabinets, and a weighty range hood. The gray repeats in a more muted fashion on marble tiles and counters to ensure the overall look remains light and bright.