Finally, your dream remodel is a reality. You’ve carefully selected stylish cabinetry and a pared-down palette to create a calming kitchen. But wait—there’s more—in order to achieve a spectacular space, every design detail counts. Here are ten tips to take your design from blah to beautiful.
1. Choose one color then incorporate different tones, shades and tints of the same color to add depth to the design. This color scheme will also make a room appear larger.
2. Inject lively personality into a kitchen with brilliant pops of color. A colorful chandelier, window treatments and well-placed accessories add pockets of pizazz to a limited palette.
3. Think texture. Add layers of rugs, window treatments and other textiles—an orchestra of texture keeps the space from feeling flat.
4. Energize a design with live plants and fresh flowers.
5. Flood a kitchen with light using a mix of natural light, pendants and recessed lighting.
6. Create a luxurious focal point with a marble backsplash from the counter to the ceiling.
7. Mix metals to amplify a design. Hardware, appliances and a range hood add a shiny edge to a monochromatic kitchen.
8. Transform space from simple to sophisticated by introducing architectural accents like molding, feet, legs and corbels.
9. Add artistic interest with open shelving packed with pottery, paintings and other collected keepsakes.
10. Ground an airy space with contrasting flooring. Bold slate makes a seriously stylish statement when paired with Painted Harbor cabinetry.
Now that you know everything you’ll need to create a soothing, monochromatic space, a Waypoint dealer will help you make your dream kitchen a reality!
As lead Kitchen and Bath Designer for Waypoint Living Spaces®, my goal is to become a partner and support you in the creation of beautiful living spaces. As a busy mother of two, I have a true understanding and appreciation for a well-designed, functional space. That's why I'm here - to deliver expert support and content that makes your job easier. Together, let's achieve exactly what you have in mind!
Jennifer LeMarr, CKBD
Certified Kitchen and Bath Designer
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