When layered in multiple shades, gray can be a wonderful accent color. Even though it’s a neutral, it can definitely make a kitchen or a living room stand out. It’s fetured here in combination with white subway tiles and a floor and wall cabinet is off-white. Further more, gray is also integrated throughout the open floor plan. Black can be just as charming and surprising. We’ve already mentioned our appreciation for black and white interiors but let’s review one more example. This kitchen designed by uses black and white is large blocks instead of evenly distributing them in small amounts. The result is a powerful décor.
When you think retro, do you think about 1950’s fun diners? Because we certainly do and we wouldn’t blame you at all for turning your kitchen into a bout of diner festivity. The most popular color choice when transforming your kitchen into a retro solace is turquoise. It’s clean, it’s fun, it’s joyful and it goes so well with the vintage essence of every piece.
Although the kitchen is not where you commonly expect to see strong colors or opulent finishes, this doesn’t mean there’s no room for such details here. In fact, a kitchen can welcome golden or metallic accents and colorful wall art in its design. These are just a few of the you can customize to suit your own preferences.
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Saturday October 28th, 2017 23:35:25 PM