Dare to be different? this is the time. Dark red color combined to make the display
Kitchen Set Model looks eye catching and attract the attention of anyone who
Look at him. Table top made of granite, contrasting with the color of kitchen cabinet
red made from higloss. Most of the top kitchen cabinet doors,
use glass, to reduce the impression of "heavy". The touch of modern reinforced
application of glass, stainless steel on the device, and luster
light emitted from the cabinet material. Black and white mosaic, into accent
add to the appeal of this kitchen.
It's a challenge sometimes to introduce color into kitchens. Kitchen is a long term investment and color trends vary over the years. Homeowners will often ask, "What if the color I like today looks dated and long lastingover years?"
This concern is certainly valid and designers can listen and question attentively to discern how comfortable each homeowner is with introducing color into their kitchen. It's interesting to note that right now, white kitchens are trending very high in popularity. Not only are white kitchens a timeless and classic look that works well in traditional, transitional and contemporary designs, but they also work well with all colors.
Oftentimes, designers will suggest going with a neutral color palette for long term investment items like cabinetry, flooring and carpet, and introducing color on the easily updated areas like pillows, throws and wall paint colors. This is certainly the norm with furnishings, where a couch is a neutral color and the throw or pillows adds a pop of color.
A similar idea can be used for the kitchen where the cabinetry is a more neutral color and other items in the kitchen utilize color. If you love color but you're just not convinced on how to incorporate it into your new kitchen, here are a few ideas to consider.
Introduce your favorite color in the stools or other soft goods that can be easily changed or updated when your preference changes