I really dig this kitchen color combo. The island is simply the perfect blue-gray, and it really pops against the crimson stools and tangerine seat cushions. This cheery but sophisticated color palette works because it's offset with a lot of white. Did you notice the subtle light gray backsplash, too?
Whether you decided to upgrade your silverware or you received a new set as a gift, you are faced with a couple options for your old spoons: you could sell them, donate them, hoard them, give them to your college-bound friends and family OR you could get crafty.
We've seen wallpaper in the kitchen before, but it never ceases to catch my eye. I just love the drama that it brings to the kitchen, which is why I'm admiring the William Morris wallpaper in this Long Island kitchen!
With its monochromatic scheme, this kitchen is all sleekness and clean lines. Love the look? Want to emulate some of it in your own kitchen? Here are sources to help you get the look. If you recognize other elements in the kitchen, please fill in the blanks in the comments! See another photo below:
Kitchn reader Kari and her family live in an old home that sits by the water in Toronto. She waited four years before finally renovating her outdated 1970s kitchen, but spent that time doing tons of research and gathering ideas for a kitchen that would feel modern yet timeless, suit the style of her old country home, and appeal to her Norwegian heritage and her love of simple Scandinavian design. See the 'After' photos below!
Blue is an incredibly popular color for the kitchen. While I've always liked darker blues, I think I may have found my new favorite blue hue: "Hemlock" by Benjamin Moore, seen above. Doesn't it just look beautiful in the kitchen?