COLORS ARE IN: KITCHEN CABINET COLOR SUGGESTIONS FROM THE COSTA MESA EXPERTS
The colors you choose to incorporate into your kitchen cabinets in Costa, Mesa, CA will set the tone for the entire household. The kitchen is the heart of the home, so what better way to positively affect the vibes in your home than to choose a color that speaks to you and complements your design point-of-view?
We’ve got you covered! Create your dream kitchen with these tips from the experts at Kitchen Cabinets & Beyond:
WHITE is hot:
I know—the title says “colors” are in and white is not, technically, a color. But, it does allow for pops of several shades that you can’t get away with in other designs. For example, a teal toaster with complementary teal hand towels stand out beautifully in a white kitchen! Further, if you pay any attention to home trends online or on television, you know white is the top color option in the kitchen. White cabinets, white countertops, white backsplashes and pantry doors… It’s timeless, bright, cheery, and clean. Check out our “Project Long Chantelaine” here.
YELLOW as a canary:
Yellow is becoming popular as a cabinet color or accessory option. It, too, is cheery! Yellow goes well with gray or white countertops and stainless steel appliances. Check out our “Project Cota de Caza” here.
A kitchen is like a box of CHOCOLATEs:
Espresso-stained wood cabinets are the perfect backdrop to a light or brightly colored backsplash and cabinetry. For example: imagine canary-yellow pops of color with heather-gray stone or cement countertops and a tiled backsplash with tints of white, yellow, and smoky hues. Gorgeous! Check out our “Project Orange” here.
Retro colors have come full circle and made their way back into the kitchen—especially orange. Think warm orange tile backsplash to offset light, buttery cabinets and/or slate gray countertops. This scheme works beautifully in a well-lit, large space.
Cool BLUE hues:
For the eclectic and vintage designs lover. A light, icy blue color on the upper cabinets has a calming effect on the whole house. Pairs well with light colored wood lower cabinets and hidden appliances in the same “house finch egg” hue.
TAN, tan, dapper-Dan:
Beautiful, tan wood is a kitchen cabinet classic—with good reason. A natural, earthy color will keep your kitchen looking timeless and fresh for years and years. Unassuming, light, neutral tones like a lightly stained oak or cherry finish go well in any Costa Mesa home.
SMOKE on the water
Gray is classic, neutral, and calming. This color works in any kitchen styles: cottage, traditional, farmhouse, eclectic, modern—you name it! Gray is a chameleon hue; it’ll accent or disappear, as needed. There are even stains with gray undertones, for those partial to wood cabinetry.
Do you live in Costa Mesa or the surrounding areas and want to upgrade your kitchen with replacement cabinets? Do you have a color in mind you don’t see on this list? Our team of professionals wants to hear from you!
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