Pairing color and your actual kitchen can be tricky. But Home Decor Ideas is here to help you with a few tips to encouraged you to fall in love again with your kitchen.
If you’re starting a kitchen renovation, now is a great time to create exactly what you want. When it comes to layout, always optimize your space; focus on functionality and how your design can cater to the needs of you and your family. For small spaces, a galley layout is a great option. Since horizontal space is limited, think vertical; stack counters and shelves high up on the walls, and try to find innovative storage containers and double-duty pieces. For larger layouts, try an L-shaped or U-shaped design with a big center island or peninsula. These shapes provide plenty of cabinet and countertop space, and you can add a bar-height counter to the island for an instant eat-in space.
Hang a stunning chandelier or a mix of vibrant pendant lamps above the kitchen table. Art deco inspired, this is BRUBECK from Delightull.
Put some color in the cabinet knobs, drawer pulls or in your oven knob (why not?) with fun plastic or acrylic ones.
Paint your cabinet and drawer interiors a shocking color.
Treat yourself with a plant in a cool vase to bring more balance to your all-white decor.
Another idea to consider is the kitchen work triangle, which is a 70-year-old concept that is still highly utilized within the design world today. A simple idea that can save both time and energy, the work triangle connects the three main work areas: the sink, the stove and the refrigerator. As a general guideline, the distance between these areas should be no less than 4 feet and no larger than 9 feet. The sum of all three sides of the triangle should be between 13 feet and 26 feet. Given how highly effective this utilitarian design is, definitely take it into account when considering kitchen design ideas.
Lay a vibrant area rug in front of the sink.
Add a collection of picture frames to your white wall.
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Fill glass-door cabinets with colorful earthenware.
Add some chairs in a vivid color to light up the space.
Get a bright and fun appliance to your space.
And a word from Carl Minchew, director of product development at Benjamin Moore: “You should consider all the large elements in the room and find a color that cooperates, something that will make everything look better”.