If you have a black-and-white scheme, or espresso woods with white walls, and you want to soften the whole look a little, a midtone counter will bridge the very dark and very light elements so they meet in the middle.
Like your walls, your backsplash covers just enough area to accommodate a bold accent color. The wide range of backsplash material options also let you enhance that color with different textures and finishes.
It’s the heart of your home and the center for culinary creativity. So it’s no wonder homeowners look for ways to bring more of their personality into their kitchen design.
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.
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...
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