How to choose the perfect colour for your Modular Kitchen
Choosing the perfect colour for your kitchen could be daunting and a bit challenging. Kitchens are the necessities of our homes where our mothers end up spending most of their time. Shouldn’t they be comfortable and aesthetical? Colours play a major role in describing the emotions of the spaces – these spaces that are expected to be homely and welcoming.
Kitchen colours can lighten up or break down the moods of its users. It is an utmost important element to consider while approaching your ‘dream modular kitchen’. This article will not only guide you in selecting the right colour palette but also educate you about different colour theories, their designs and colour psychology. Here are the 10 present-day colour schemes to give your kitchen the best makeover ever.
1) Monochromatic Modular
If you are a preacher of minimalism, using monochromatic colours could be the best possible style for your kitchen. Contrasting the darker cabinets with lighter countertop using variant shades of background tiles can add the most wanted ‘simplicity’ to the kitchen.
2) A tint of Purple
For all the purple colour lovers, does this seem the perfect combination for you? Purple will give a trendy look to your kitchen. If you find the look bold for your kitchen, you could choose an alternative – experimentation with contrasting white cabinets and purple wall colour.
3) A rustic turquoise look
Are you a fan of a coastal look? A perfect mixture of turquoise with white is the answer. You could opt for a deeper turquoise tone to add a bolder touch. Either way, this look never goes out of fashion!
4) The soothing green
Humans are known to have an affinity towards Biophilia. Our bodies react to colour green as a tranquilizer and stress-reliever knowingly or unknowingly. Adding pastel green as a paint on the wall or deep green on the kitchen cabinets, they both set to leave a positive vibe in your home.
5) Chirpy Yellow!
Tones of yellow can add a touch of humour to your kitchen space. Deeper and darker shades of yellow on the cabinets may result in a more modernist look whereas pastel shades of yellow on either cabinets or walls can give your kitchen a perfect vintage look.
6) Red-White Combo
Red and white could be the best possible duo for your kitchen. This palette is comparably an energetic and warm one due to the presence of red. A perfect mixture of white along the shade of red can add a modern touch to your space.
7) Sassy Black and Classic White
What is classier than a mixed use of black and white? If you are concerned about your kitchen cabinets never go out of fashion, colour them in black or white. Adding an extreme amount of white can make your kitchen looks spacious (hence good idea for smaller sized kitchens) whereas larger and spacious kitchens can add black to look proportionate.
8) Sustainable Look
Is sustainability the “new cool” for you? Did you design a sustainable house for yourself and are now confused about a look for your kitchen? Wood-look cabinets with shades of contrasting green could attract all the eyes to your kitchen.
9) Mix and Match
Colourful kitchens could be equally attractive and mesmerizing. Permutations and combinations of a base tone with an accessorizing shade can add a trendy look to your kitchen.
10) Contemporary White
So you possibly are a classic white lover? It is completely okay to not use any colour in your kitchen but go the other way. A contemporary white kitchen with white walls, white cabinets and white flooring will never go boring. Want to add focal points? Add black or golden fixtures or handles.
Does it seem easier to chase your “dream modular kitchen” now? Understanding the long-lasting effects of colours in your kitchen is of utmost importance. Kitchen is where the creativity begins – the heart of your home!