To the chagrin of some and the relief of others, one trend on its way out this fall is an all-white color scheme in kitchens and other areas. Gray-and-white interiors are also lessening in popularity. While some may say that these palettes feel crisp and fresh, others tend to see them as flat and sterile. Celebrate the arrival of fall this season by adding some warmth to these color-starved spaces. Here are some ideas to get started!
Incorporate the natural warmth of wood. Whether it’s a dark wood floor, a reclaimed-wood island, or a quaint kitchen table, the beauty of natural wood tones never goes out of style. Wood is the perfect material to soften up kitchens that are often dominated by stainless steel, with the versatility to be used in a variety of different applications to fit your needs.
Don’t be afraid to mix textures. If you want to give your kitchen a truly unique look this fall, try mixing different textures. Many warm metals, such as copper, are reminiscent of autumn, and can be integrated onto things like stove hoods and metal mosaics for a cozy feel. The texture of stone adds another element to the mix, and stone in shades of brown harmonizes well with glass and steel to help tone down what can sometimes be an industrial feel.
Try some new paint colors. If you are looking into kitchen remodeling, one of the quickest and least expensive ways to perk things up is to apply a fresh coat of paint. If your kitchen needs a new look, try using an autumnal color scheme this time around. The colors of blush and brown are going to be hot this season, so look for ways to incorporate them into your kitchen. When balanced with off-whites and creams, these fresh fall colors can easily transition throughout the seasons, making your kitchen feel open and inviting all year round.
If you are looking for an honest, reliable, experienced remodeling company to help you with your next home improvement project, Call Callen at 414-765-2585 and we will help you achieve a warm, welcoming look for your kitchen this fall.