Kitchen Doors and Units
Create interest and contrast with bright kitchen doors and units featured against more muted and natural toned units. This is a more subtle way of injecting colour without overwhelming the overall kitchen space. If you really want to create more of a statement, why not spread the colour right around the room.
Another great approach is to opt for units that have been adorned in bright, intricate patterns as this will add a whimsical aesthetic to your kitchen space. However, it is a good idea to be mindful and limit eccentric patterns and motifs to a single area of the kitchen as this creates a focal point which tends to be easier on the eye. Pairing two complementary colours and creating a two-toned look on overhead units and different doors will introduce colours in an effective way whilst avoiding a look that’s too busy.
The technique of contrasting worktops is a popular technique as it creates an effective result that can be effectively applied to all styles of kitchen. Avoid complicating the approach and simply decide whether you want the body of the unit or the worktop itself to attain a bright and bold shade that complements and contrasts. This ensures you will get the very best out of your colour choice. It’s a good idea to consider beforehand the different combinations that particularly complement each other. For example, deep wood shades create a delicious contrasting finish with rich ember tones such as reds and burnt oranges. Whereas a crisp, white worktop will tie in perfectly with ocean blue units and other softer, pastel tones.