Abella Hilaire. Kitchen. November 18th , 2016.
Choosing the colors for the kitchen may look like an easy decision, but it is one hat must be dealt with for a long time afterwards. The kitchen is the hardest one to paint as there are so much appliances and decorations to move, as well as things that need to be re-organized during the painting; in short, it is likely that the kitchen, once painted, will never be likely be painted again. This makes any painting decisions important as the person doing the cooking and cleaning will need to be comfortable with decision. Fortunately there are few working wall color combinations for kitchens.
There are a few issues that need to be debated once the decision to paint has been made. Dark colors should be avoided; they may be easy to clean but they make the space cramped and dreary. Light colors should definitely be most of the palette as they tend to open up the space and help make cleaning easier. Wallpaper can be used, but the patterns should be subdued and almost invisible; decorations may work in other rooms in the house, but this the room that should be more practical than decorative. The idea should be to make it look great while ensuring that it is a great place to cook.
That said, there be three basic ways to end up with a great kitchen. One of the basic combinations is to make it look sterile. In this case the fortification are painted white with white trim; if multiple colors are chosen the trim should be darker than the fortification. This works well in kitchens without a lot of metal and where the floor is light. Is kitchen will be easy to preserve as any spills will be readily visible. This is not advised for cooks that cook a lot of tomato sauces or grease as the paint will be easily discolored.
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