Kitchen Décor– Something we believe everyone is most excited about and the most creative of spaces. It becomes the center stage for all your gatherings and potlucks, a place to cook a warm homemade meal with your family, and a place we all hold very close to our hearts with all the gorgeous holiday meals ever made. However, selecting the right colours and texture for Kitchen comes off to be somewhat difficult. How much is too much texture or too much colour? Here is a guide to help you select the right colours and textures for your kitchen.
Tip#1 Focus on Light- The lead Actor When Choosing Kitchen Light & Texture
Light plays a major role in the kitchen and selecting what shades of colour would look appealing. For example, a kitchen with southern windows and more light will offer you space in selecting brighter colours whereas, northern windows with lesser light coming through or smaller windows would result in more pastel and lighter shades of colours. Kitchen colours and textures depend majorly on the inflow of light and how to play around with colours accordingly. Kitchen textures are a term most associated with something being smooth, rough, glossy, matte, etc. You are correct, but one needs to keep in mind that too much texture does not allow light to reflect and creates a not-so-bright kitchen space. A glossy or polished granite would on the other hand reflect light and give an illusion of a much bigger space. Do keep in mind that if you have a glossy table top as well as a backsplash, neutralize it with textured elements like wooden cutlery on the walls, a cookie jar, and even wooden shelves to help with too much-reflected light.
Colour wheel- Back to basics
Understanding the colour wheel and what are the constituents offer major help in selecting kitchen colour and textures. Primary colours (Red, Blue, and Green) make all the colours and complementary colours are those opposed to one another on the colour wheel. Once we understand them, selecting colours and textures becomes very easy. Get creative with colour schemes and play around with them when selecting your kitchen décor. Meanwhile, also keep in mind the light in the space.
Paint and Brush- the traditional way
The next tip is to go the traditional way and pick up your paint and brush sets. Select the right colour for your cabinets and walls and paint away. We also recommend you get creative and try vinyl Kitchen wrapping in Dubai for your kitchen surfaces. It is an affordable and easily installed item that gives your surfaces a realistic feel and look. Vinyl wrapping sheets come in a variety of colours, designs, and even textures for your kitchen décor. Get creative this summer and give a whole new look to your kitchen décor. Keep the above tips in mind when selecting kitchen colours and textures and you are good to go. To know more about vinyl wrapping your kitchen surfaces, do contact us for more information.