Whether you want to add energy to a dull kitchen or calm to a hectic one, a cheap and easy way to do this is by using a single wall to create a bold color accent. Here’s a quick guide to help you decide which accent color suits your kitchen best. Nothing prevents you to combine several hues and accents throughout your kitchen and dining nook for a truly balanced, and colorful mood!
This clear bright green comes in contrast with the dark flooring and kitchen island and brings a playful mood to this sober transitional kitchen. Green represents growth, vitality, abundance, and nature, thus works well in a family area. Design by Renewal Design-Build, Atlanta.
The earthy tones of this niche wall enhances the warm color palette of this kitchen. Cheerful and sociable, orange helps expand your thinking by reducing self-consciousness and allows you to express yourself with confidence. Design by Wheeler Kearns Architects, Chicago.
Yellow is very uplifting and sociable, it can help stimulate conversation and clarify thoughts. This hint of pale yellow accent is squeezed in a corner in this large kitchen to add more depth. Design by E/L STUDIO, Dc Metro.
Blue gives a sense of peace, dissolves tension and promotes tranquillity. Bleue helps to soften the edges of this ultra modern kitchen and brings a more feminine atmosphere. Leicht Küchen AG.
Introspected and mysterious, black connotes sophistication, elegance, and modernity. Design by Segreti Design, Toronto.
Yellow helps to see the brighter side of things. This bright yellow kitchen accent wall, with few hints of black exhales an happy vintage flavor. Design by Atelier BOOM TOWN, Montreal.
Calming and relaxing, turquoise inspires trust. These tiles bring a relaxing mood to this open kitchen. Design by Boor Bridges Architecture, San Francisco.
Bright orange is the color of laughter and celebration. This accent wall and the ceiling delimitate the kitchen area in a very clever way. Design by JMC Designs llc, Houston.
Somewhere between green and yellow, this lime green adds some pizzaz to an otherwise dull space. Design by NOA Architecture, Dc Metro.