By Corinne Gaston. Kitchen Trend Colors. Published at Thursday, January 04th, 2018 - 14:09:18 PM.
Boldly veined stone countertops can either make you stop and gaze in admiration or have the opposite effect and overwhelm your eyes.
Because much of your wall space tends to be covered by cabinets, backsplashes and appliances, the remaining areas offer a perfect opportunity for a bold accent wall color, without the risk of dominating the room.
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.
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.
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