Kitchens awash with color, convey a warmth that feels particularly welcoming during the holidays.
Cabinets, windows and radiators painted with Tricorn Black balance the kitchen’s otherwise primarily pale surfaces, including the porcelain tile floor. The black cabinets work well with a lighter floor adding a great balance of light and dark in the room.
The rest of the room was inspired in part by jewelry pieces, including black-and-gold earrings in a geometric art deco style and wooden bracelets with a 1970s feel. The interior designers gradually pieced together the rest of the room’s palette of brushed gold light fixtures and cabinet hardware; reclaimed barn wood floating shelves; a ceramic floor tile arranged in a chevron pattern for a more elegant look; stainless-steel appliances; and walnut butcher block and marble countertops.
Sherwin-Williams' Director of Color Marketing Sue Wadden loves kitchens rich with color. And the right choice can be a refreshing — yet timeless — alternative to white. Here are five of her top paint color picks for this important space.
Article adapted from Sherwin-Williams.com