Choosing a style for your Kitchen

You interested in styling your kitchen? Well we’ve got a couple of tips for you that many professionals use when choosing the right style for their kitchen. You’ll be able to craft your own personalized kitchen style without having to pay an arm and a leg.

Scrolling through kitchen pictures online, you’ve likely come across many that caught your eye as being “the perfect kitchen” and you couldn’t exactly put your finger on why. Well here are a couple of things you’ll want to keep in mind.

First off, try to go for a mix of textures in your kitchen. If all surfaces and cabinets are the same color or texture, or even something too similar, it makes the space feel hostile and unpleasant on the eyes.

Another important piece of the puzzle is the countertop vignette. Find something that contrasts the rest of the colors but doesn’t fight them for attention. Earthy wood, cold granite, the options are endless.

Kitchen backsplashes can be used as a great styling element, so don’t forget to pay attention to exactly how the tiles are laid and what color they are as you can make or break your kitchen’s aesthetic with your backsplash.

You probably don’t want to go for any over-the-top or excessively intricate accessories, as that can tend to crowd your kitchen and make the whole place feel overwhelming. Keep it clean, keep it simple.

Art is always a welcome addition, but as in all other aspects, make sure to match your colors and don’t go to0 busy with the style!

Dark paints can set a nice tone for your kitchen, mossy green, or granite grey. Don’t get everything dark at once, but even just dark walls, window frames and other accessories can make a naturally dark room seem light.

And last but not least, coordinate colors and textures with your kitchen towels. This was a neat trick I picked up from Kitchen Remodeling Springfield MA. Every little detail counts, so don’t rush through the process. Take your time and the outcome will be rewarding.