By Eloi Valentine. Kitchen Trend Colors. Published at Friday, December 15th, 2017 - 02:19:19 AM.
Softly flecked gray stone has a look similar to concrete, and it works perfectly in contemporary spaces with a bit of an architectural bent. It has the advantage of hiding the occasional spot while still looking clean and tidy and not too dark or busy. It’s great if you don’t always have a perfectly organized space but still want a put-together look.
In general, the bolder the veining on your counters, the less drama you’ll want to add elsewhere. This waterfall counter (with the material wrapped down the sides) is relatively muted, but the large gray veins still bring enough character without any daring colors or other statement features.
One of the most versatile and visible ways to do this is with color, the spice of any successful kitchen design recipe.
Color is the first thing you — or a guest — sees in your kitchen. If the cabinets don't match the walls or the backsplash overwhelms both, the space will never look right. So how do you choose from the host of kitchen color palettes available online and at retail stores? Here's a quick, practical guide.
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