Your kitchen countertops can make or break your kitchen. That is, it can alter the way your kitchen looks positively or negatively, depending on how much time and energy you put into them. A revamp, repair, or sometimes just a new design completely can breathe new life into your kitchen. This is great because the kitchen so often becomes the droll room in the house. Now, you can change that.
Make a Statement
The color of your kitchen countertops can be the design statement you’re going for. It’s normal to see kitchen countertops pop with a bright color. A pop of color and neutral shades everywhere else shows off your true personality, so it’s the perfect way to express yourself.
On the other side of things, if you’re going for a more contemporary black and white look, black countertops always show off class. An appealing contrast from black countertops to white cabinets leaves a reasonable proportion. Basically, it’s got just enough to be the best of both worlds.
Change Up the Tone
Adding cabinetry, countertops, walls, and tiles that are all connected in similar tones and shades is also a way to go. This method adds a bit of textural interest to the whole room, making larger elements in the room appear smaller with a dark to light shade design. This just means making the countertops light and the cabinetry a darker shade.
Make the Room Bigger
On the other hand, if you’re trying for a more spacious look, you can just do the opposite. While dark to light makes larger elements in a room appear smaller, light to dark fills the room up with space. Here, the countertops, window frames, and just about everything except for the cabinetry is a light shade, usually white. The dark countertops will help complement this.
Ask an expert how you can make your kitchen or bathroom more appealing. Sometimes, just simple changes need to be made to get your room in the outstanding order you want it to be in. Simply call Mission Tile West Kitchen and Bath at (626) 799-3503 or shoot us an email at email@example.com to speak to a professional.