By Isabelle Gaetane. Kitchen Trend Colors. Published at Thursday, November 16th, 2017 - 21:42:04 PM.
Before you head to your local paint supplier and mix up a new kitchen palette, it pays to know a little bit about color theory. The idea got its start with Sir Isaac Newton, who described three primary colors of light — red, green and blue — and developed the color wheel. Colors across from each other on the wheel canceled out when mixed, producing grey, black or white. This bears some similarity to the concept of complementary colors; warm shades such as yellow or orange have complementary cool colors like green or purple, which provide a striking visual look when paired but aren't overwhelming.
Ultimately, the only way to tell how a richly veined stone will look with your other elements is to bring home the largest sample you can or take samples of your other elements to the dealer to see what tones are strongest in the stone.
Walk into your kitchen and you probably know where everything is, from the everyday dishes to the flatware used only on special occasions. Each cabinet is part of a symphony, playing a role in your organized, inviting space. When it’s time for a remodel, you want the new kitchen cabinets to fit seamlessly with your design and with the way you use the space. So, how to choose styles and colors for kitchen cabinets?
One of the most versatile and visible ways to do this is with color, the spice of any successful kitchen design recipe.
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