Your kitchen must be tailored to articulate your personal style. Color, integrated into diverse surfaces of your kitchen, is one design aspect to define your personality. You can either choose complementary colors or contrasting colors to create a color palette that considers wall paint, backsplash, countertop, flooring, and accessories. Complementary colors blend fluidly while contrasting colors create a deviating interest in a color scheme. Either way, any color scheme is guaranteed to work that makes you feel at home and enjoy your time in the kitchen. We share the color palettes we have used for our new build and kitchen remodeling projects over time.
DARK RED WOOD, LIGHT WOOD + EBONY
This is a high-contrast modern kitchen rich with textures of red wood field cabinets, natural light wood flooring, a full-height backsplash, and an island countertop with lavish grains of white and black anchored on a matching ebony cabinet. The classic richness in texture on all surfaces makes a strong and timeless design statement.
BLACK , GOLD + MULTI-WOOD COLOR TONES
The warmth of multi-wood finishes for the cabinet, island, and flooring accessorized with a gold backsplash makes a luxurious assembly of colors. A black island cabinet topped with a glossy black granite countertop adds elegance to luxury.
BLACK + WHITE
Black and white make a classic tandem. It is an ageless combination that does not go out of style. We suggest using white as the field color for cabinets with a contrasting black accent on the countertop or subway tiles for backsplash.
EARTH WOOD + ASH GREY
Ash grey mixed with earth wood cabinets sets the tone for a contemporary kitchen. The contrasting textures agree with each other, highlighted by an interplay of grey and white walls and countertops. Why not add an aesthetic touch of black pendant lights, faucets and cabinet handles to finish the look?
BLOND + CHARCOAL GREY
Mixing blond wood finishes with charcoal grey builds a contrasting dimension between light and dark. Blond tall and wall cabinets that are duplicated as floor finishing draw focus to the charcoal base with steel grey countertop making it the central point of interest.
WHITE, GREY + SILVER
An all-white kitchen is soft on the eyes. Since white expands and creates the illusion of space, it is recommended for small kitchens but also works for kitchens of considerable size. White is a fresh neutral tone that can co-exist with any color. Grey subway tiles for the backsplash and grey grains on a white countertop, matched with stainless steel appliances and accessories create a cadence of mild distraction from the sterility of all-white cabinets.
SOFT GREEN, BEIGE + WHITE
Soft green kitchen cabinets make a perfect contemporary cottage look. Blending well with the paleness of the beige backsplash and flooring, this color scheme makes a pleasantly relaxing space for meals, stories, and family time.
NAVY BLUE + WHITE
A navy blue island cabinet and white cabinets against the wall are a favorite two-tone configuration that draws on the nautical appeal. Popular in beach homes, the color mix is a playful combination that balances between the light whites and the dark, profound navy blues. A flooring with natural dark brown and red hues added to the mix perks up the space with an earthy feel.