Classic Kitchen Color Schemes
Color trends come and go in all interior design, but often you see the boldest color choices in the kitchen. Whether it’s the petal pink of the 1950s or the avocado green of the 1970s, color finds its way into the kitchen in dramatic ways. Here we’ll explore some classic kitchen color schemes that stand the test of time and add fun and personality to any kitchen.
Blue + Brown
Black + White
Green + White
Are you sensing a theme? Color and bright hues will always ebb and flow through design trends, but white will forever be an anchor in kitchen design. Having an all-white, permanent backdrop allows you to add color in other areas that are more flexible and can be changed easily as your personal design and preferences change. In this kitchen, things like the barstools, light fixtures, cabinet hardware, or oven knobs can add colors and textures other than white to add depth and interest. These items can be easily and inexpensively changed with the style and seasons to provide a variable space.
When choosing a color scheme for your kitchen, always think about how colors affect different spaces. If you’re dealing with a smaller space, light, neutral options will be best. If you aren’t sure about going bold, you can always introduce color in small ways at first like in furniture or countertop décor. If you aren’t familiar with the science and psychology of color, the experts at your local Kitchen Solvers are happy to help you navigate all your choices and design the kitchen of your dreams with you. Give us a call today for a free in-home consultation to start dreaming.Back