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A whole white kitchen is a norm for every household worldwide. However, if white isn’t your vibe, you came to the right place. Listen to the tips we got from professional interior designers the next time you redesign your kitchen. Have fun experimenting with color with these fabulous kitchen redesign tips.


Consider The Color That Fits Best With Your Kitchen

You can choose from various colors based on the mood you want to project on your kitchen. White is slowly becoming overtaken by other popular colors such as brown, blue, green, and even black. However, if you have a hue in mind, don’t be afraid to bring it up and use it for your next kitchen redesign.

The entire kitchen is your canvas, every color in the rainbow can be used for your kitchen as long as it matches the aesthetic and theme you want.


Subtle Differences Matter

If you aren’t ready to overhaul the color of your entire kitchen, you can try a few simple techniques to make a noticeable difference to your kitchen’s design. Slowly add color to your kitchen’s blank canvas by adding small stains or highlights of any color you want to add flair to the boring creamy white walls.

Adding color through stains, highlights, or splashes adds a layer of personality and is a great way to control tone on millwork.


Commit to the Process

It’s time for you to go big or go home. Embrace the new hue by adding it to either one key area or the whole thing if you’re adventurous. Paint the lower or upper cabinets first, see if you like your new color, and add the new hue to other spots in your kitchen to fully commit to the redesign.


Cabinets are Crucial

If you don’t already know, your cabinets can act as accent pieces for your kitchen if you paint them in different shades. Having contrasting colors on your cabinet’s interior and exterior gives it a lot of flair and personality—and it looks great.

If you’re afraid of giving color to your backsplash or walls, use your cabinets to add color to your kitchen instead.


Spice Up Your Kitchen’s Vent

Don’t let your stovetop remain bland; consider making changes around it too. Spicing up your vent by adding texture to it can go a long way when it comes to aesthetics. Incorporating plaster, wood, or even stucco material can give your vent a custom and unique look that you won’t get anywhere else.


Don’t Be Afraid To Use Wallpaper

Many people are afraid to use wallpaper in their kitchens because of how it reacts to moisture. However, wallpaper has earned a spot in the kitchen with the recent trend of vinyl wall coverings. These handy materials aren’t difficult to maintain and can be the perfect backdrop for your glass cabinets.


Brighten Up Your Kitchen On A Budget

If you don’t have the cash to hire people to paint your kitchen for you, nor do you have the time to do it yourself, you can brighten up your kitchen by considering cheap equipment that can add color. Buying colorful cookware, utensils, and gems around your kitchen is perfect for those on a tight budget. Treat these little knick knacks as jewelry for your cooking area.

Redesigning your kitchen can be a difficult commitment. However, don’t miss out on the opportunity to make your kitchen look gorgeous just because of this. With so many things to consider when thinking about the design, it’s no wonder why people decide to let the creamy white be.

Phase out the white. and start bringing color into your kitchen with the tips above!