We deeply regret to start this article with a piece of bad news, but it is the closet single of your kitchen, have ceased to be fashionable. For years we have been very conservative and we have been choosing in wood or in shades of white, perhaps you went a step further and you you noted down to the kitchens in black, but removing point –and personal– boldness the reality is that el colour in most of our kitchens has been conspicuous by its absence.
What we know, choose neutral tones is a synonym of sure hit, not to run the risk of getting tired and tired, that it will be easier to combine them, but it turns out that, after all, if you have boring, and now your kitchen will ask for a change of air to screams. A few screams that they are not going to be satisfied with that you pick up a new cutlery or to welcome a new linens. Not even conform to replace the table or chairs. What you want in your kitchen is full of light and color and the cabinets are its first victim.
It was sung by Karina into his trunk of memories, “looking back is good sometimes,” and in terms of decoration we have seen –to the beat of successes such as terrazzo, for example– to take a vistazito to past times we may fill of inspiration.
Join the council and travel to the enriching decade of the 70’s –who the live– to take note of how they were their kitchens. Indeed, here the color in the kitchens was a constant and not missing the cabinets lacquered in shades that range from dusty pink to vibrant green. The wood is also permitted, especially, because it was a material of choice in this era and because it comes in perfect harmony.
Two on two
You need not be an “all or nothing”, that is to say, that if you want to introduce a bit of joy in your stay in the house favorite, but do not you dare with the concept multicolor, the trend is permissive and admits that bet by the combination of two tones. Risk more or less depends on you. In fact, there are several levels of daring:
– Basic level, choose two shades of the same color range.
– Medium level, opt for ranges that tend to coalesce well with each other –truquito, look at nature, it is quite wise– for example, to a darker blue with a green light.
– Advanced level, what you want is to cause an explosion of color so I look for colors that create a lot of contrast, as is the change from the pink to stick to the yellow rose. The target is a wildcard frequently quoted, but to follow the trend at 100%, best if you don’t have a place in the equation.
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