Take a break from the single-color zone of your Kitchen. The all-white kitchen had its moment in the spotlight, but we're ready to move on from this traditional trend and want to bring color back into the Kitchen. Two-toned kitchen cabinets are the look that everyone seems to be clamoring for these days, and it only takes one look to see why this trend is stimulating homeowners' interest. You're lucky if you're too in love with the multi-tone look. This is a timeless kitchen trend. Two-toned cabinets allow you to play with color without going all in. Here are some ideas for incorporating double-tone kitchen armoires in your own kitchen without any mistakes.
Determine the constituents: - One of the first steps is to identify the items in a home that will need to be repainted. When considering the colors in a room, keep in mind that there must be a pleasing balance between them. The identification of the items that need to be colored in the kitchen helps to prepare the kitchen for the coming of new colors. The 60-30-10 rule is a good rule of thumb to remember when thinking about balance. This means that a primary color occupies 60% of the space, followed by a secondary color in 30% of the space, and the third color in 10% of the space as an accent. The cabinets, countertops, floor, and backsplash are the things in a kitchen that typically determine the color scheme.
The trick is to match colors:- The color selection is a difficult task, which is why there are books, magazines, blogs, and professionals dedicated to the topic. This is where looking something over the internet or, better still, meeting with a reputable design firm who can show you samples that are in trend. Another option to choose color is the color wheel, In general, the analog or adjacent colors of the wheels cooperate with the complementary colors across them.
Accentuate with the second color:- If you're undecided about two-tone kitchen cabinets, focus on highlights rather than true color balance. It means to choose a small place like a short armoire or a built-in desk and use it to test your color variations. Another option is to paint only the crown molding in a slightly darker tone to add a distinct border to a kitchen with high ceilings. Dual-tone kitchens, in any color scheme, are an inexpensive way to personalize your kitchen cabinetry.
Try Different Material: -If selecting a second color seems daunting, consider it in a different light. Choose a secondary material to supplement your primary color's undertones. For example, Blonde wood and white painted cases make a natural pair of colorless contrasts. Alternatively, consider using a darker painted wood to warm up the cool blue of the navy kitchen cabinets. This element will play with the contrast of brown wooden and blue cabinets to give the kitchen a variety of colors and textures.
Concentrate on the lower cabinets: - Dual-tone kitchens do not always mean dark cabinets on the bottom and light cabinets on top. Homeowners often choose to flip this color scheme on their heads or use colors to turn a wall into an audacious focus. However, one of the most difficult challenges in a smaller space is making the kitchen appear bright and not too top-heavy. The dark base cabinet maintains the kitchen's foundation, while light, upper cabinetry helps reflection in a small area.
Don't overlook the flooring: - In small kitchens, flooring options are particularly important. Light tile or other bright materials can be used to add more light to space and provide a lovely contrast to darker cabinetry.
Remember that a modern kitchen has the potential to be the most interesting part of the home. For a beautiful kitchen use two tones creatively, because it's a place where you cook various recipes in different styles. Dual-tone kitchens are also more durable because you can be more experimental with your color choices, but you won't grow tired of them as quickly as you would if you went with a single shade.