If you spend a lot of time in your kitchen, it starts to feel like any other room in your space. It needs love and attention when it comes to daily care, but also purposeful decor. And as much as we appreciate an all-white, minimal looking interior, we always love bookmarking colorful cook spaces for inspiration. Turns out there is a range of kitchen color schemes that, when used correctly, can transform your space into anything from whimsical to classic to modern.
Kitchen Color Scheme #1: Blue and Gold
For the bold aesthetes that don't mind a little glimmer: Try pairing a cerulean blue backsplash and floor tile with gold cabinets and fixtures. As seen in this kitchen color scheme captured by Coco Kelley, the look comes off as classic yet eye-catching. Complete the look with counter stools made of natural materials to keep the focus on this stellar color combo.
Kitchen Color Scheme #2: White and Yellow
If you want to keep your cabinet colors white and don't see yourself changing any major fixtures, try playing with your kitchen bar furniture instead. This cheerful look designed by the team over at Chango & Co. pairs an otherwise standard black-and-white kitchen with a splash of color, thanks to a few eye-catching yellow chairs. Tie the look together with fresh flowers here and there.
Kitchen Color Scheme #3: Mustard and Deep Green
If bright, sunshine yellow doesn't quite fit your style, opt for a kitchen color scheme that's a little more muted instead. We like this mustard backsplash and deep green cabinet combination by Landed Interiors because it feels playful but not overwhelming. Pair with white stools at the kitchen island and wooden decor throughout for a laidback vibe.
Kitchen Color Scheme #4: Pink and Green
Kitchen Color Scheme #5: Ash Gray and Black
Sometimes your quest for a new kitchen color scheme could end up taking you in a more subtle direction. Take, for instance, this combo of ash gray cabinets and black appliances dreamed up by LBF Interiors. The ash gray gives you an alternative to white, and the black naturally pops against it. Add brass hardware to complete the sophisticated look.