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Kitchen Cabinet Color Finishes

Your Guide to Kitchen Cabinet Color Finishes

When it comes to designing your dream kitchen, the color of your cabinets is an essential element to consider. While white or natural wood finishes are popular choices, incorporating bold color finishes can add personality and create a unique look for your space. If you’re looking to make a statement with your kitchen, here are some tips for incorporating bold color finishes and options offered in custom cabinets from One Source Cabinets to inspire you.

1. Choose a Focal Point in the Kitchen

When using bold colors, it’s important to choose a focal point for the eye to be drawn to. One way to do this is to use a bold color on one set of cabinets, such as the lower cabinets or the island, and keep the rest of the cabinets a neutral color. This creates a visual balance in the space while still adding a pop of color.

At One Source Cabinets, you can find a variety of bold color finishes, including vibrant blue. These finishes can help you create a focal point in your kitchen and add a bold, modern twist to your design.

2. Contrast Cabinets with Neutral Finishes

Another way to incorporate bold color finishes is to contrast them with neutral elements in your kitchen. For example, pairing dark blue cabinets with white countertops and light wood floors can create a chic, high-contrast look that feels modern and fresh.

At One Source Cabinets, you can find a range of neutral finishes, including classic white, gray, and natural wood textures. These finishes can be paired with bolder color finishes to create a balanced, cohesive look in your kitchen.

3. Play with Complementary Cabinet Colors

If you’re feeling bold, consider using complementary colors in your kitchen design. Complementary colors are opposite each other on the color wheel, and when paired together, they create a striking visual impact.

For example, you could pair deep green cabinets with a bold red backsplash, or use bright yellow cabinets with a vibrant purple accent wall. Our cabinetry services allow you to pick from a range of color finishes that can be paired together to create a complementary color scheme in your custom cabinets.

4. Consider the Lighting in Your Kitchen

When using bold color finishes in your kitchen, it’s important to consider the lighting in the space. Bold colors can be more visually striking in natural light, while they may appear darker or more muted in artificial light.

To see the difference lighting makes, you can visit our showrooms of custom cabinets in Colorado Springs, Colorado and Mesa, Arizona to see our color finishes in different lighting situations. This will help you choose the right finish for your space and ensure that the bold color finish you choose looks just as you imagined it would. We utilize precise technology and expert craftsmanship to produce custom cabinets locally with Made in USA materials.

5. Have Fun with Your Design

Above all, incorporating bold color finishes in your kitchen design should be fun and exciting. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different colors and finishes, and don’t worry about sticking to traditional design rules.

Our designers are here to help you and believe that your kitchen should reflect your personal style. We are committed and equipped to help you achieve your dream design. Our experienced designers can help you choose the perfect bold color finish for your cabinets and provide expert guidance throughout the design process.

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Incorporating bold color finishes into your kitchen cabinets can add personality and create a unique look for your space. Our precision technology allows you to choose from a variety of color finishes for your custom cabinets to create a stunning focal point in your kitchen. If you’re looking to create a modern kitchen design, we encourage you to visit our showroom or contact us to speak with our designers. We can’t wait to help you create your dream kitchen!