Add accents of color with pink
If you’re thinking you have to use the “hit-yourself-over-the-head” pink, you are wrong. Consider taking a neutral palette and add bar stools and pops of color with countertop appliances and décor.
Cast in concrete
Ever notice that the cook is happier when they love their kitchen? Neutral concrete countertops and white cabinetry can make your kitchen sophisticated with an edge of whimsy.
Don’t forget your ‘little’ chefs
What child doesn’t love their own kitchen that looks like mom and dads? Kitchen toys that mimic the real thing look great adjacent to your kitchen or in your child’s room. Look online for specials around holiday time in popular furniture home catalogs or purchase online.
Wall color can transform your kitchen
Wall color is the easiest and cheapest way to transform your kitchen. How about using creamy beige above your cabinets and then use a shot of flamingo pink from your countertop to the underside of the upper cabinet instead of a backsplash?
Kitchen appliances are all popular in pink
Do you remember when the only pink appliance you could get was a toaster or a blender? Today, kitchen appliances that aren’t outfitted in pink are rare!
Pair pink with rich color
To add contrast to pink, pair it with rich colors that will bring visual interest and mask the ‘femininity’ of the color. Pair pink with espresso brown, navy blue, apple green, or heather gray to give your kitchen a modern chic appeal.