White Kitchen Units

White Kitchen Units

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Sample Bright Color in the Kitchen

Many of the most popular kitchens these days are bathed in white, accented only by gray veins in elegant marble and a few glints of metal on appliances and hardware (see some stunning examples here). While such kitchens are dreamy, they may not be realistic for your lifestyle. 

If you're craving some cheery color in your kitchen, take a look. There are many levels of commitment; here's how to give color a try in temporary ways followed by more permanent moves.

Traditional Kitchen by Dallas Renovation Group

Try it out: This red island shows a semipermanent commitment to the hue. However, if a blue mood should strike the homeowner, it could be repainted without too much trouble.

Modern Kitchen Modern Kitchen

Commit: These glossy red cabinets create a bold swath of color and a strong accent wall.

Transitional Dining Room by Visbeen Architects

Try it out: Thinking about orange in the kitchen but not sure? Try a few orange throw pillows, dishtowels or other small accents to see if you like it.

Commit: Shiny orange lacquer adds some spice to this contemporary kitchen.

Contemporary Kitchen by Tara Seawright Interior Design

Try it out: This yellow ceiling lightens up a kitchen that doesn't receive much natural light.

Contemporary Kitchen by Beckwith Interiors

Commit: Counters are not easy to replace, so you need to know you really love this sunny yellow color before you use it for your countertops.

Contemporary Kitchen by NOA Architecture Planning Interiors

Try it out: A bright apple green makes an impact on an accent wall. And paint is pretty easy to change down the road.

See how the homeowner committed to this color throughout the entire condo.

Eclectic Kitchen by Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly, Inc. (CKD, CBD, CR)

Commit: Countertops and backsplash tiles revolve around a bold shade of green here. Paint and colorful dining chairs layer in even more green to this kitchen.

Shabby-chic Style Kitchen by CapeRace Cultural Adventures

Try it out: In Newfoundland, Canada, winters are long, and it gets dark very early; bright turquoise paint in the kitchen is an antidote to the winter blues.

Contemporary Kitchen by Dan Waibel Designer Builder

Commit: Bright turquoise picked up from the backsplash tiles is continued on the cabinets, giving this kitchen a South Beach Deco style.

Transitional Kitchen by Visbeen Architects

Try it out: Painting one cabinet indigo will let you know if you want to paint the rest of them the same color or keep them white.

Traditional Hall by Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.

Commit: A butler's pantry is the perfect spot for floor-to-ceiling saturation.

Transitional Kitchen by Olga Adler

Try it out: This violet is so vibrant that a dollop of it on the island seems to be plenty.

Eclectic Kitchen by Story & Space - Interior Design and Color Guidance

Commit: A backsplash is not easy or inexpensive to replace, so this colorful tile shows lavender some serious love.

Eclectic Kitchen Gray Kitchen with White Cabinets

Try it out: Bring in floral arrangements to test out a hue; this is the smallest level of commitment you can make.

Contemporary Kitchen by Mal Corboy Design

Commit: You have to know you really love bubble gum pink before this level of commitment. However, the payoff is big; it's striking and unique. 

Check out another fabulous candy pink kitchen by the same designer.

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