1. With your kitchen designer, find the proportion of your new kitchen. 60% represents the main or dominant color, probably on the countertops, walls or cabinets. 30% of a secondary color used in floors or carpets, as well as in window treatments and some furniture, such as bar stools and coffee tables. 10% for accents like plates, artwork, utensils, and other small countertop appliances.
2. Choose a kitchen color that complements the 60% dominant color of your kitchen, that is, it will make your cabinets and countertops “pop” and warm the space. Accents (10%) can be a different color that matches well with your dominant color. GOLD…
3. Choose a kitchen color that matches the dominant color of your kitchen, for example white cabinets and gray / white granite countertops, can benefit from a soft blue-gray wall color and darker gray or blue accents, to give the Kitchen with a cleaner and more monochromatic look.
Based on newer appliances, hardware, cabinets and countertops, a professional custom cabinet manufacturer and installer can help you choose the best possible color scheme and can match color schemes using the most advanced computer generated techniques, so you can see how. your kitchen will be seen before a brush is used.