When choosing a redesign for your kitchen, you may be overwhelmed by what color combinations to choose. Many homeowners select neutral shades for their cabinets and countertops to avoid an interior design faux pas. However, you don’t always have to play it safe. These are five unique combinations that work when installing new cabinets and quartz countertops in Colorado Springs.
Black Cabinets and White Quartz Countertops
A black and white theme sounds like a risky design choice for your kitchen, but the end result is a modern and elegant space. The dramatic contrast can really highlight the brand new look of your kitchen.
Brown Cabinets and Green Granite Countertops
Chocolate-stained cabinets paired with a light green granite countertop has a modern appeal. This combination will work extremely well with stainless steel appliances.
Lime Green Cabinets and Brown Quartz Countertops
Lime green cabinets sound like something out of the 1970s, but they can actually be used with browns to create a country kitchen look. The brown quartz countertops and stainless steel accents keep the space from appearing dated.
Oak Cabinets and Gold Quartz Countertops
Although oak and gold sounds too close to create enough of a contrast, the combination can be used to highlight the patterns found within a gorgeous slab of gold toned granite.
White Cabinets and White Granite Countertops
The combination sounds strange, but this mix can actually make your kitchen appear light and airy. This design is especially helpful if you want to give the appearance of more space. Add splashes of color with the backsplash and flooring as well as installing brightly colored cabinet hardware.
Along with the countertops and kitchen cabinets, keep in mind other aspects of the space. The lighting and flooring will also affect your color choices. Flooring should have some of the same color elements of the cabinets. As far as lighting, light colored cabinets will appear better in kitchens with no direct light source while darker cabinets are ideal for brightly lit rooms.
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