Designing a kitchen is one of the most exciting parts of a renovation, as that is when the personality of the home can really shine. Cabinet design and color play a huge part in the overall outcome of a custom kitchen remodeling Concord, so you want to make sure you are taking your time to think of what would suit you the most, and potential owners, in the long run. Here are the top five cabinet colors of this spring season.
White is a color that is always in season. Picking a white cabinet color allows you to focus on the details, such as, backsplash, fixtures, and hardware. You can see in this photo, the white cabinets are combined with copper accents, underneath the cabinets and in the hardware, that allow for the kitchen to evoke warmth and customization.
Seafoam is a popular color for interior design as it is soft, calming, and subtle, but yet, offers a splash of personality. It is a color that can be paired with patterns and other colors, without being too overwhelming. Seafoam is great to pair with warm colors, such as natural wood, as shown in the photo, as it creates a nice juxtaposition that complement each other.
Dark colors are known to darken the home in interior design; however, when paired with all light accents, dark cabinets can add a nice touch, uncommon to kitchen design. Dark colors, such as dark sage green, can often evoke masculinity, but with more feminine additions, like flowers and elegant backsplashes, they can become gender neutral. Don’t write off dark kitchen cabinets Concord before you take a look at all of the interior design possibilities they can bring.
Powder blue, similar to seafoam, is a calming color that aids in the relaxation in a home. They are a cool toned color but when paired with natural wood, creates warmth. Powder blue is a color that can be used in various different design styles, whether it be modern, rustic, or ranch style.
Wood cabinets Walnut Creek are a classic. Wood cabinets have always been in style for years, however, depending on the style of cabinet or how the wood was used, stained, or finished, can age the design making it a tough “color” to use for longevity. A combination of dark and light wood, as shown in the photo, can create a nice balance making the kitchen seem more dimensional than flat.
Looking to renovate your kitchen? Need help on style, color, or budget? Contact Century Cabinets, for a free estimate on your kitchen cabinets!
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