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When I tell people that I have a green kitchen, usually they look at me like I am crazy! It wasn’t always planned to be that color, but like most things in my life, I take the plunge and act impulsively. Let me start off by saying I LOVE COLOR. I don’t always experiment with color in my wardrobe, but as far as decorating, I am a huge fan of it. Most of the rooms in my house are different colors, and I have different colors of furniture to accentuate the walls as well.
I want to start off by saying that I have wanted to do something to my kitchen door for about a year now. The door was untouched with a light wood shade and frankly, it was pretty boring. How do you have the coolest green kitchen and clementine accent wall, followed by a boring wooden door with an old doorknob that was starting to rust?
I started doing some research on cool colors to make a kitchen really stand out, and I finally decided on a shade of yellow. I made this inspiration board below to help guide me.
I am so excited about the new door reveal! I am obsessed with this new color from OPI by Clark & Kensington. It’s called “Need Sunglasses” and it’s perfect for another pop of color in my kitchen! I know you’re probably thinking that it’s super bright and crazy, but that’s what’s fun about it. I love my colorful kitchen, so I feel like this is the perfect final touch! I also really love that it matches the first letter in my EAT sign. I kept the white border the same and also changed the doorknob, which I think made a huge difference. So what do you guys think? Do you love pops of color in your home? And if so, how do you incorporate it into your style?
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Here is some more info from the experts on this color:
This color is unexpected when used on your front door (or kitchen door in our case!)
Bright colors like this will help you feel alive, invigorated and energized.
Balance this color with plenty of white, light gray and other neutrals.
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