Published at Thursday, March 14th 2019. by Kivi Laitinen in Kitchen Cabinets.
Choosing a kitchen cabinet color is hard enough, but choosing two colors to complement each other is downright anxiety-provoking. Do you want to go bold? Keep it neutral? Do something trendy? Or maybe stick to a timeless color scheme? The options are endless, but we've some inspiration to help you narrow it down. Get ready to mix things up.
In the kitchen of a ranch house in upstate New York, a root table found at an upstate New York auction was fitted with a glass top, the Josef Hoffmann chairs are covered in a vintage Larsen fabric, the ceiling incorporates beams from a 19th-century Pennsylvania barn and the lights are by Isamu Noguchi. The cabinetry and countertops are by Bulthaup, the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, the oven is by Miele, the sink fittings are by Grohe, the flooring is Cuban cement tile and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Linen White.
This color combo is for everyone who really wants an all-white kitchen but just can't with how basic it feels. This still feels light and airy, but it's got a little something-something extra to give the room depth. This may be the most colorful kitchen ever, and we're here for it. Go all out and add in a bold wall color, too.
Whether you've got a country house or just decorate like you do, try chicken wire on the cabinets. It sounds shoddy but actually looks seriously cool. Using rustic materials heightens the sense of comfort. This look is part farmhouse and part industrial.
On an idyllic Aegean island, the kitchen’s custom island is in stainless steel, the sinks and fittings are by Marcel Wanders for Boffi, and the wall cabinets, counters, and backsplash are in Carrara marble. In an unconventional pool house, the kitchen island is topped with custom-painted white ash; the sink is by Julien, and the fittings are by KWC.
Neutral on neutral. This combo will warm up a kitchen, but it's still timeless enough that you won't be dying to paint over it in a year. Pair light upper cabinets with a darker base so the room still feels light and spacious. Pro tip: Add glass doors and it'll feel even more open.
Walnut cabinets warm up a kitchen without having to use a light color. For a more industrial feel, use stainless hardware. Want to hide your dishwasher? Add a cabinet front, so it doesn't break up the line of cabinetry under the counter.
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