Defining Your Kitchen Identity: Embracing Bold or Neutral Styles

Your kitchen is more than just a functional space; it’s where you dine, entertain, and express your creativity. Instead of a generic space, aim for a kitchen that reflects your personality and style. Here’s how:

Choose Your Style and Colors:

Identify colors and details that resonate with you. Look for inspiration in your fashion choices, favorite artworks, or architectural preferences. Incorporate these preferences into elements like cabinetry, countertops, and backsplashes.

Harmony with Surrounding Rooms:

Coordinate with the color and style of other areas in your home. Colors don’t need to match exactly but should harmonize for a cohesive look. Pull colors from adjacent rooms or match elements like pendant lights for consistency.

Appliances as Focal Points:

Appliances contribute to your kitchen’s aesthetic. Choose chic designs that align with your style. Research appliances that offer a variety of finishes, blending seamlessly with different styles.

Work with a Kitchen Designer:

If overwhelmed, consult with a professional kitchen designer. They’ll bring your vision to life, manage the process, and handle practical aspects. Get assistance with layout, custom storage, and coordination of tradespeople.

Make It Practical:

Choose durable materials for cabinetry, paint, and countertops. Opt for forgiving materials like wood for durability. Choose appliances that feature practical finishes like print-proof stainless steel or essence white matte surfaces.

Interested in more interior design inspiration? Tune into WTNH News 8 every Thursday at 4:30pm Est with Nicole White, Co-Founder of The One Team with William Raveis for the everything HOME segment. 

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