How to Warm Up a White Kitchen with New Cabinets
Even though the traditional white colored kitchen is still pretty popular, too much of the color can make the kitchen feel a bit cold. In order to keep your kitchen feeling warmer and more inviting, you should consider adding some color without having to totally ditch all of that white.
Updating your cabinets can bring a fresh new look to any kitchen. Natural white still works as a good base color for walls as well as ceilings and trim, but white cabinets can make the kitchen feel too cold and sterile. To warm up the kitchen just a bit, try a warmer-toned grey cabinet.
Ultracraft cabinets are available in a variety of colors and offer 75 door styles available in wood, metal, and many more options. When you combine that with the wide variety of colors available, you get more than 10,000 unique door-style and finish combinations.
For a kitchen that’s primarily white, you might want to think about accent colors for your cabinets including lighter shades of blue, green, or red. If you’re looking for a color that’s trendy, consider Ultra Violet. The color was named as Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2018. This bright shade of purple is described by words like dramatic, thoughtful, and provocative.
The color Ultra Violet is also associated with inventiveness and imagination. The blue-based purple focuses on what lies ahead, artistic expression, and spirituality. Using this color in your kitchen can bring some life to a room that may have become a bit boring.
Blue Water Kitchens & More offers custom and semi-custom kitchen cabinets as well as countertops, fireplaces, and much more. In addition to Ultracraft Cabinets, we also offer kitchen cabinets by Five Lakes Cabinets, Decora Cabinets, Diamond Cabinets, and Homecrest Cabinets. Give us a call today for a free consultation at 810-958-3193.