Add a Pop of Color Inside Your Kitchen Cabinets

Add a Pop of Color Inside Your Kitchen Cabinets

Adding a pop of color to your kitchen cabinets is a great way to spice up your living space without having to paint walls. If you desire a change of color in your current décor, consider adding a dash of color inside your Denver kitchen cabinets. It’s a great way to show personality without overpowering the room with one solid color. 

Choose the best color for you

Bright hues will be distinctly noticeable when placed inside glass-front cabinets surrounded by white framework. Choose a color that will match another feature in the room, such as a piece of furniture or artwork, to keep the space cohesive. If the color chosen doesn’t match anything, you can bring in complementary items, such as chair cushions, table runners, tablecloths, window treatments or small kitchen appliances in a similar color.

Another option is to incorporate frosted or textured glass into the cabinets, which will tone down a bright interior color yet add an additional layer of interest. Play with different shades and textures to achieve the look you want.

If you don’t desire white framed cabinets, look for a color that will balance out the interior color you choose. Because of the contrast, dark cabinet frames look great with bright interior colors. Again, be sure that the accent color you choose works well with your kitchen and home décor. Bold colors may require a bit of trial and error. Ask a professional about the best choices to match the outer cabinet color.

Kitchen remodel with teal green shaker cabinets

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If you choose cabinets that are solid and have no glass fronts, you can still have a colorful interior. Although it won’t be seen immediately, it will nevertheless be noticeable every time you open a door. You can balance it out by adding hardware with the same interior color or adding kitchen items. Dark or neutral solid cabinets are the best with a bright color interior.

Balance out the color

Sometimes, a color is purposely made the centerpiece or the main attraction in the room. If so, you can balance out the color with dishes or other kitchen items. For another design option, incorporate wallpaper or different patterns inside the cabinets instead of paint. Make sure that the items stored inside won’t interfere with the pattern. There are both removable and permanent wallpaper products to choose from, with many styles and designs available.

Adding a pop of color or pattern inside your cabinetry can bring your kitchen alive and add an unexpected element to your design. For further information, tips and tricks on adding custom cabinets to your kitchen, contact us.