Published at Tuesday, 22 May 2018. kitchen. By Dorotea Rapisarda.
No need for a rich neutral wall paint to tie them all together; instead, the choice (note the wall paint above the cabinets) fades into the setting, allowing the finishes to be the main attraction.
This Silver Leaf insides project — an off‐white kitchen with midtone wood floors as well as a beige, brick‐like backsplash — is a good example of Groenier's first strategy: letting the finishes balance one another.
Designer tip: In deciding whether to pick a bold color or a neutral, Groenier advocates that you consider how much wall area there is to paint. "If you had a large wall almost like a blank canvas in–conjunction with you wanted to accent that wall, that shall make sense," she says. "If you had a thin little strip like between a doorway together with a cabinet, that would be disconnected — it might not make any visual sense."
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