A colorful interior image might catch your eye in a magazine, Instagram, Pinterest, and you might be wondering, “I could never pull this off in my home.” If you feel a reluctance with your own space, you’ll probably choose to stay neutral, which are classic for a reason. If you’re designing a space with resale in mind, this type of color palette makes sense. But if you’re building a custom home or renovating your current home that you plan on staying in for the foreseeable future, consider and embrace color!
Below, we have listed our three strategies to add color to your cabinetry, depending on how bold you want to be!
Go all in
So you’re really adventurous! Why not go all in? Design can be even more fun when it’s just for you. We admit this look isn’t for everyone, but if it’s the look for you, that’s all that matters. Don’t forget that Greenfield can match any Benjamin Moore®, Farrow & Ball® or Sherwin-Williams® paint for a modest fee!
Make it subtle but impactful
You still love the classic elegance of a neutral but you’re willing to push the envelope a bit with a soft color. Adding an accent color on a kitchen island makes the right statement to zhuzh it up without overwhelming you or your space.
Try experimenting in a secondary space
You love color, but you still want your primary spaces in a neutral tone. Try jazzing up a secondary space, like a butler’s pantry, guest bathroom, bar or laundry room. Your main spaces can still showcase neutral, and you can get the best of both worlds.
Color speaks volumes, even if it’s not bold. Use color to showcase your design story and style. No matter what color you choose, if you’re happy, we’re happy!
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