By Geraldine Blaise. Kitchen Trend Colors. Published at Friday, April 20th, 2018 - 01:36:04 AM.
This is a brave step that can pay off big in terms of design impact. It’s also a good reason to enlist the guidance of a design professional, like the experts at your local ProSource Showroom, to help you plan and coordinate.
This isn’t to say you can’t use a bold stone in a compact kitchen, just that it will feel even more dramatic in scale, meaning you probably will want to keep the other finishes very sedate. Notice how many of these spaces use the same dramatic stone for the counter and the backsplash, making for a truly singular statement.
It's also worth noting that mixing colors of light and paint operate in different ways. With light, this process is additive — combining colored light produces white. With paint or pigment, this process is subtractive — parts of the white light spectrum are absorbed to produce color. Brown, for example, is a color that can only be produced using paint or pigment; combining light cannot. Finally, you should consider lightness and saturation before you select a color for your kitchen. Lightness impacts how bright or dark a color will appear, while saturation governs intensity.
The designer wanted guests to feel like they could just walk in and hang out in this space. All of the living areas connect, so to avoid cluttering the open floor plan with too many cabinets, almost everything—from flatware to everyday dishes—is well organized and stowed away in drawers. This also makes it easy for guests of all agest to access kitchen essentials.
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