Subtle Kitchen Color

As much as I love to blog about bold colors, today is an exception.  I’ve just visited one of my clients to see her newly remodeled kitchen, and it is gorgeous.  Not that I would’ve expected anything less.  This client has impeccable taste.  While consulting with me about design ideas for updating her kitchen, one of her concerns was how to spruce up her cabinets.  Although in great condition, the color was not to her liking. The solution:  a decorative paint finish (by the Valley Craftsmen).  Only new cabinets were purchased (in a darker finish) for the new, expanded island.  Other elegant extras include iron hardware, quartz countertops, new lighting fixtures and tile flooring.  I love the tiled ‘area rug.’  The kitchen’s palette of warm beiges, reddish browns and black is very sophisticated and full of texture.  Subtle colors, but a lot of ‘Wow!’

4 thoughts on “Subtle Kitchen Color

  1. Hi Larissa,

    It’s been a couple of years since this design so I don’t remember whether we used Bagel or Interactive Cream by Sherwin-Williams, but it’s one or the other.

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