The hub of family activity, the kitchen remains the heart of the modern home. Take yours from bland to bold with a hearty serving of color inspired by our favorite colorful kitchen designs.
So here we go..
1. Other special features
Graphite-colored limestone floor in herringbone pattern. Black metal pendants. Gray-and-white quartzite countertops. White ceramic tile backsplash. Wood wall surrounding entrance.
2. Green Get-Up
Walnut bar stools and accents. Coffee station. Built-in wine rack. Quartz countertops.
3. Hello, Yellow!
4. Dendelion Kitchen
The entire first floor was opened up and the kitchen enlarged and upgraded to meet the demands of the homeowners who love to cook and entertain.
5. Orange Kitchen
6. Open Kitchen Concept
7. Yellow Pastel
8. Blue Tosca
9. Purple Passion
This colorful family wanted to reflect their love of art, color and their personality in a bold way. Long time fans of purple, orange and Moroccan styles, they sought a designer who would help support that adventure vs. the more traveled path of neutral trends.
10. Yellow Gray
11. Blue Sea
12. A Balanced Look
A colorful kitchen doesn’t necessarily require look-at-me cabinets or a bold backsplash; instead, color can be added in small doses for a more balanced look. Here, designer DD Allen creates a peaceful backdrop with soft grays then brings in lots of kicky colors with the kitchen’s accessories, furniture and artwork.
13. Rhapsody In Blue
Boasting a soaring, exposed ceiling, Wedgwood blue tempered glass cabinets, quartz countertops and pro-grade appliances, this Florida kitchen is a chef’s dream. A high-end choice, the glass cabinets are not only easy on the eyes, they’re also a snap to keep clean.
14. Fiery Orange
Designer Robin Siegerman chose the upper cabinets’ intense hue for its mood-lifting qualities. Studies have shown that the color orange stimulates optimism and a positive outlook. Considering most of us spend a little time each morning in the kitchen, starting each day with a cheery outlook is ideal.
15. Bright, White and Buttery
Designer extraordinaire, Sarah Richardson, breathed new life into her 1885 farmhouse with this bright and airy kitchen. White wall cabinets offer plenty of storage space and act as a clean backdrop to the kitchen’s real star: the massive butter-yellow island that features a charming salvaged newel post at the corner of the bar.