While painting your kitchen millennial pink may have seemed good in the moment, the novelty is beginning to wear off. Instead of getting caught up in fads or trends that are destined to fizzle out and date your space, turn to the tried-and-true color combinations that have stood the test of time.
Red and White
Despite the boldness of red, it’s quite versatile when matched with a light neutral. This combination is guaranteed to make a statement and will take your space from looking boring to edgy.
Grey and Yellow
While yellow has certainly grown in popularity, it has always been a favorable choice thanks to its ability to brighten a space. The neutrality of grey makes it the ideal match and dually acts as to create a sense of calm.
Brass and Black
Dark stained or painted cabinets paired with brass fixtures and topped off with warm lighting will give your home an added air of sophistication and class.
Grey and Blue
Some may believe that these two may be boring, but that could not be further from the truth. Not only are there an endless variety of shades to suit your needs, but appliances and other details are easy to match.
Brown and Green
This combination allows for many variations, ultimately allowing you to fine-tune to your liking. Pastel mint green works well with a light brown in the form of exposed beams or wood flooring.
Your kitchen is not just a place to cook, it’s a gathering space for your loved ones and should be treated as such. If your existing space isn’t meeting your needs, give Timberland Builders a call. We will revamp your kitchen to reach your expectations, but exceed them.
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“No-Fail Kitchen Color Combinations.” Better Homes & Gardens, www.bhg.com/kitchen/color-schemes/inspiration/no-fail-kitchen-color-combinations/.