Kitchen color schemes should not be too flashy or over the top. After all, a kitchen should be a comfortable, homely place where meals are prepared. Having a good looking kitchen will help to boost your mood while making your meals, but it will also increase the resale value of your home.
When it comes to color schemes, there are plenty available. Light colors are popular, bright, while warm colors are often also considered a good choice. Many people like to incorporate wood paneling (either painted, varnished or unpainted) in their decor, although generally this is restricted to the lower portion of the wall.
You can use color schemes inspired by the country of your favorite cuisine, or your family’s heritage, or opt for a color scheme that you have seen in a favorite family restaurant. The right color scheme is always chosen as a good way to make a room look lively or calming depending on your own personal preference, so you have to choose your color carefully to get the best looking kitchen according to your own style and taste.
If you are without an idea as to what color scheme you should apply, have a look at some photos in the gallery below to find some inspiration and ideas. Choosing kitchen color schemes should not be restricted by anything – it is your kitchen, and you can express yourself however you want!
However, it is worth remembering to avoid mixing too many colors in your kitchen design scheme, since you might end up spoiling its overall appearance, and ruining the effect that you started out to create.
Kitchen color schemes are hugely varied, and some design schemes will appeal to you, while others won’t. White is a popular and simple choice, especially for smaller kitchens, as the color maximizes natural light, allowing you to cook and prepare meals and carry out other tasks with more ease. White is also a color that makes a room appear bigger, instilling you with confidence. When remodeling, maybe you would like to consider mixing colors between the furniture and the walls. Also remember that upholstered furniture contributes to the overall color scheme of a room, so choose your fabrics for table cloths, chair covers, aprons and other fabric accessories wisely!