Where Should You Add Color To Your Kitchen?

Playing it safe works most of the time, but it also doesn’t hurt to make bolder choices. This not only applies to your lifestyle but to kitchen remodeling as well. Most homeowners make the safe option by making their kitchen monochrome. White kitchens look good, sure, but they will look even better when you add color. The trusted kitchen remodeler in the area, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Ogden, shares more of what you need to know. 

Why Add Color to Your Kitchen?

You’ve probably already seen your fair share of white kitchens. They have always been popular because of their elegance and timeless appeal. And that’s good – except your kitchen may look like everyone else’s. But adding colors, when done correctly, makes your kitchen look unique. The colors help set the vibe you want in your space while also injecting it with warmth and personality. So the real question is: why shouldn’t you add color to your kitchen?

  • Limit the color to your cabinets or countertops. Start with a neutral base like gray, beige, brown, or white. Leaving the floor, walls, and ceiling neutral, add a brighter color to the upper cabinet doors or the countertops. Limiting the colors to these areas will help create a statement but won’t overwhelm the space. If you’re leery about using vibrant colors like blue, yellow, or green, you’re free to opt for dark, classic woodgrain finishes. Consulting a trusted kitchen contractor like DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Ogden should help if you have trouble choosing the right palette for your kitchen.
  • Focus on the backsplash. You have got to love the kitchen backsplash – it serves as a handy canvas for the colors and patterns you want to incorporate into your kitchen. You can turn it into an accent wall and leave the rest of your kitchen with a neutral finish. Tile is available in a wide array of colors, patterns, and textured finishes, which makes it perfect for the backsplash. Using glass or metal should also work nicely. 
  • Put the colors on display. Those who would rather leave the cabinets, backsplash, and countertops neutral and as they are can still incorporate color into the kitchen through cookware, decorative items, and furniture. And if they end up not working in the space, they’ll be easy enough to take away.

Get Started on Your Kitchen Renovation

You need not look any further than DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Ogden for a “premier remodeling contractor near me” in Weber County. Using innovative design solutions and superior workmanship, we’ll reduce the stress involved with your kitchen upgrade. Make sure to call us at (801) 614-7263, or fill out this contact form to schedule a design consultation. Our design center, which serves the areas of North Ogden, Plain City, West Point, West Haven, Pleasant View, and Farr West, is open Monday through Friday. We’d love to hear from you!

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