Consider a color that is complementary to the colors already found in your kitchen. Here, a coral orange paint complements the dusty blue cabinets. The kitchen is the heart of most homes. In addition to preparing and eating meals there, families often use the space to work, play, talk, and relax. Make your kitchen more efficient and fun with some technological upgrades.
Add iron scrollwork brackets or intricately carved wood ones to open shelves for a look that is timeless. Kitchens typically do not have a lot of wall space, thanks to cabinetry, backsplashes, windows, and doorways. Use limited wall space as a chance to display a color you might not otherwise choose for a large wall or whole room.
A bit unexpected, the fashion forward floors bring low lying distinction to designs ranging from cottage to contemporary. Here, driftwood hue wood planks partner with a forged island and wood and iron stools to handsomely balance the kitchens streamlined cabinets, wood clad walls, and sleek surfaces. This kitchen using a striking backsplash composed of mosaic tiles to sum up your shades of gray color story.
You will want the seats to be short enough so you can sit with your legs beneath the counter, but not so short that you sit too low to be comfortable at the counter. Give a narrow galley kitchen a focal point by painting the end wall a bright color. A contrasting and vivid hue will draw the eye through the kitchen and make it appear longer.