Published at Tuesday, 22 May 2018. kitchen. By Dorotea Rapisarda.
It’s great to have freedom, but all this mixing with matching could also lead to confusion. After you’ve selected multiple finish materials, how do you choose a paint color that bridges them all? See how three designers approach this challenge.
Don`t head to the paint store first. This kitchen, by Tammara Stroud blueprint in Seattle features a wide range of materials. The kitchen island countertop is butcher block; the perimeter counters are Costa ’Esmeralda’ granite, a natural stone that resembles soapstone. The tile backsplash — which appears both gray plus ocher in places in this photo, owing to the lighting — is really a smooth pearl gray.
"The island is a beautiful solid walnut" that has red undertones, so she knew the color she selected couldn't clash with red. "The stone had subtle sand colors in the veining." The paint hue she selected — seen at right in the photo over as well as to the left of the double doors — is a gray with brown undertones that echoes the sandy tones of the countertop veining.
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