Using a neutral color, such as white, gray or beige, is a great choice for any space. They’re extremely easy to update, because they match so many different styles and trends. However, sometimes using all neutrals can make a room seem flat.
Adding a pop of color to any all-neutral kitchen gives the space such an enormous wow-factor. There are two different ways to incorporate color: impermanent and permanent. You can find impermanent colors in things like towels, vases, rugs, anything that can be easily changed. These accessories liven up a space, but do so in a way that can be easily changed if you want to try a new color. Permanent color can be found in accent walls or more permanent pieces of a room like an island. If you’re 100% sure that you found the right hue for you, painting an accent wall or piece of furniture brings life to an otherwise neutral space.
The image featured in today’s mood board does an amazing job of utilizing impermanent color. Items like the bowls, utensil holders and fruit all add bold color to the otherwise all-white space. These are accessories that can be easily swapped out for a different color or style, morphing the feel of the room.
Get the look with Whitehaus:
- WHKPFLV3-9550 Vintage III patented wall mount pot filler with lever handles and swivel aerator in Brushed Nickel
- 3-2071 Marlin single hole/single lever handle faucet with a pull-out spray head in Brushed Nickel
- WHE1418 Farmhaus Fireclay Elementhaus Undermount Fireclay 18 1/4″ x 14″ x 7″ Single Bowl Kitchen Sink