These are our favorite kitchen colors of all time Part 2

Grey green

It is light enough to function as a neutral, especially if you choose a blue with shades of gray. The exposed wooden beams and natural wood benches of this VOL kitchen make it a soft and welcoming place. Real estate property

lavender

The juxtaposition of lavender cabinets and calendula oven in this attractive kitchen by designer Penelope August shows that opposites attract. The fun backsplash on the terrace connects the two for a perfect whole.

Brilliant white

There is nothing wrong with an all-white kitchen. This design trend, as dominated here by Leanne Ford, is particularly suited to the room where cleanliness is essential.

Baby Pink

This retro-inspired deVOL kitchen is a beautiful blend of classic English design with contemporary functionality. The custom showcase to fit the corner is perfect with baby pink paint and Kelly green backsplash.

Pale mint green

A bistro table in the kitchen is much more interesting than a classic island. And it gets even cooler when you paint mint green bar stools and hang a copper pendant lamp from the ceiling.

Night blue

If blue and white seem too coastal, opt for midnight dark blue or super dark navy. These rich tones are the basis of the whole space and are super warm with recycled wood, exposed beams, stone floors, brass accessories and copper utensils.

Green jade

For a splash of color, paint the kitchen island and lower cabinets in a bold color, such as jade green. This will take less work and you can change things when you’re ready for a new color scheme.

Dark gray

If you’re against colors, but it varies a lot, play with a monochromatic and moody palette. This kitchen designed by Leanne Ford is full of shades of gray, from dark to light, from opaque to bright.

oatmeal

These light brown and creamy walls in a beautiful VOL kitchen are the perfect setting. The deep gray-blue kitchen island, mixed with marble surfaces and brass accessories, is a surprisingly surprising combination of strong and earthy walls.

Bubblegum Pink

Now, here’s a rose not to be missed. Attractive, lively and very cheerful, a real rose is a fun accent color in any environment. If you’re not sure you’re ready to commit to painting the whole room in pink, try blocking the colors (and extend on the floor if you’re bold – you won’t regret it).