8 Unique Ways to Color Your Kitchen

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Color can influence human emotions and plays an integral role in interior design. It’s the easiest way to communicate your story and to infuse personality into your home’s interior. 

Photo Credit: Enviable Designs, Davidson Walker Construction

Photo Credit: Enviable Designs, Davidson Walker Construction

Bold, beautiful tones paired with neutral bases are replacing bright, white spaces. Caesarstone’s Blizzard counters balance the vivid red backsplash in this colorful kitchen.

Photo Credit: Timbertrails Development Company

Photo Credit: Timbertrails Development Company

If you’re a fan of the blue kitchen trend, try a bold color like Lapis Blue paired with muted tones. Caesarstone’s Raven quartz top makes for a sleek pairing or Statuario Nuvo to keep it bright. 

Photo Credit: DeZign Blue

Photo Credit: DeZign Blue

Not all color has to be bold! Wooden cabinets and earthy hues like Kale create a subtler color integration. Paired with Caesarstone’s Woodlands and Organic White, we’re all on-board!

Photo Credit: Claire Zinnecker Design

Photo Credit: Claire Zinnecker Design

Turn up the charm of Pale Dogwood with warm shades of Symphony Grey or Pure White quartz. This color palette is the perfect excuse to add rose-gold accents for a flirty, fun design.

Photo Credit: JMorris Design

Photo Credit: JMorris Design

Some spaces require high-energy colors. To add some bold flare, blend Pantone’s Primrose Yellow and Caesarstone’s Calacatta Nuvo or Fresh Concrete.

Photo Credit: Greenburg Construction

Photo Credit: Greenburg Construction

Don’t forget what’s outside your window! Get inspired by the colors in your garden and coordinate them with your design such as Walnut cabinets and dazzling Quartz Reflections counters. 

Photo Credit: Hayburn & Co

Photo Credit: Hayburn & Co

You can also mix-up the color scheme by incorporating seasonal décor. White cabinetry with a neutral shade like Caesarstone’s Ginger countertops make for an ideal canvas. 

Photo Credit: European Cabinets, Aran Cucine

Photo Credit: European Cabinets, Aran Cucine

Turn up the heat if you dare! Add a fiery color like Flame to take your design to the next level, but keep the rest simple with shades like Concrete or Nougat.

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