| Juana Trillo | Kitchen
Of the common color choices, why don’t you pick green out? The color green is calming and reserved. It is also fresh and naturally harmonizes with other colors.
There are motley shades of green that will complement your kitchen interior. Here are a few useful tips you might want to consider.
First things first, consider the lighting. Note that where the light comes from. Use the color to pronounce the interior shading stronger. A small modern vintage kitchen install the fixture beneath the wall cabinets utilizes the continuous white marble backsplash and countertop to intensify the light.
With the lighting is more focused in a certain dimension of the room, darker shade of green will exquisitely smooth the interior color shading. Try avocado green cabinets, completed with glass doors on the wall cabinet and simple hardware.
On the other hand, lighter shade of green effortlessly alleviates the mood. Sleek lime green cabinet looks charming in a bright and homey kitchen. It is especially so as the honey colored wood materials and highly reflective black acrylic countertop collaborating with the structure.
Secondly, consider the extra function of your green cabinets. Small kitchens are not the least likely to have rich decoration. You can still decorate your small kitchens by installing a ceiling to floor cabinet with glass doors embellishing the upper part of the structure.
The see-through glass material allows you to display your cutlery, eating ware, glassware and even your antique urn collection. However, if clean and tidy small kitchen is more to your liking, you may fall in love with a built-in cabinet.
The non-bulging visual appearance gives clean and smooth surface on the wall. The extra beautiful detail of this cabinetry system is the sunken work area. It inhabits the thinned part of the wall. The backsplash area is wide enough for a window to appear, carrying the crisp light from the outside.