Your kitchen space is one of your most used rooms in your home, so it’s important that it is functional, stylish and most importantly, inviting!
Of course, when it comes to interior design, it’s important that the rooms in your home reflect your personality and individual tastes. After all, that’s what makes a home.
And when it comes to injecting character, interest and colour into a room, there are a whole host of ways that you can add vibrancy and intrigue to a wide range of spaces.
If you’re looking to add a healthy dose of much needed life and colour into your kitchen, we’ve created a helpful guide outlining the many ways that you can inject bold colour that is sure to make a lasting impact.
Many people are put off by bold, statement cabinets however, providing you have the right amount of space, and you pick colours that complement the rest of your kitchen’s décor, they can be a great way of adding vibrant colour to a room.
Bright colours such as berry red, tango orange and popping purple tend to work best in larger spaces, as they do not impose on the rest of the room as much! If you have a smaller kitchen you should always stick with more neutral shades as these will make the room feel bigger than it actually is.
Here at Kenneth Installations in Glasgow, we can help you to create the perfect kitchen in line with your exact needs and expectations. If you have any questions about any of our services, our friendly team is always on hand to answer any questions that you might have.
If you’re limited on space but are looking to inject elements of bold, vibrant colour into your kitchen area, there are a number of accessories that you can integrate into your kitchen.
From functional essentials such as your toaster, microwave and kettle through to fun and decorative accessories such as artwork, flowers and novelty items, there’s lots of ways that you can accent your kitchen without imposing on the rest of your space.
Balance the mood of your kitchen
Another way to inject colour into your kitchen is to balance out the colours of your cabinets. For example, if you are drawn to particular colour but feel it will impose too much on the rest of your space, why not opt for two-tone cabinets.
Many people are now picking different coloured cabinets for their top and lower cabinets, and it works! Of course, playing with different contrasts can also add a quirky edge to your space!
Add splashes of colour to your kitchen island
In many kitchen’s, a kitchen island is not only a functional and practical space, it is also an attractive focal point!
And if you’re looking to enhance your kitchen island further, why not add a splash of colour to it that is different from the rest of your kitchen units and cabinets. From zesty orange, eye-popping pink and sea blue, there’s a whole spectrum of high impact colour ways that will allow you to make a lasting and memorable impact.