The next horizontal surface that can add to your kitchen’s color palette is your floor. Here, your choice of flooring material will determine the kinds of colors you’ll have to choose from.
Like most homeowners, you probably think of cabinet color in terms of wood type. For example, think “cherry wood,” and a color will likely come to mind. But don’t forget that there are color options beyond wood species and stain.
When looking for kitchen space ideas to display a bit of color, don’t overlook horizontal surfaces. Kitchen countertops, particularly a singular counter on a kitchen island, offer a great surface to serve up a dash of accent color.
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.
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