Coral back splash, cream cabs
orange, can it work?
Black white tan
Soft green and marbled white
Soft green cabinets
Shaker cabinets. Pretty floor. Shaker might be too "farmy" for us.
White walls and backsplash. Dark cabinets.
Cool tile backsplash
Black counter white/gray backsplash. Paint the cabinets a color.
More green and white. Rustic.
Green cupboards, white counters and trim
Green, white, brown, copper with shelves to break it up.
Contrasting tile against white and neutrals.
Green and white.
Pretty. Like the grey and the wood cabinets. Is grey too cool?
I just like it
Very light green. A pale statement?
Green, white and brick. Cozy and light.
What's happening now.
BACK SPLASH COLOR
Clean lines. Light colors.
Muted colors with black trim.
Contrast backsplash with light upper cabinets, light counters and wood lower cabinets.
This is the old fashioned look, like from our childhoods. It's the colors and the cabinet hardware that give that impression. Not sure this would work as well in our modern house. Just an example.
Here's light cabinets, white walls, light floor, black contrasting cabinets.
Don't like the dark floor, but the idea here is high contrast bottom cabinets with light tops and otherwise white tile and ceiling. The dark floor is part of why this works and gives it richness. Would it work with a light floor?
Another example of high contrast cabs in a mainly white room with wood floors and trim.
This is an example of deep colored cabinets, but it needs unobtrusive neutrals to work. In this case, the cabs are the contrast. Looks like the walls are cream with a hint of green and white trim. Would something like this work with our rose color open floor plan current paint job?
An example of pretty sea form green cabinets and how they look with the light-ish wood floor. Would something like this work with our pinkish rose? What would be a good contrast color for the tiled wall?
You eye sees clean lines because of the light colored cabinets and white counters. The black provides contrast. Black probably too dark for our kitchen windows since that is the dark side of the house.
Gray and green that I like. The tone of floor that I like. Maybe we should have a neutral contrast wall.
Basically neutral, but good use of color block. Your eye would perceive continuity from our living room.
I like the contrast. Pretty blue-gray with off white trim.
I like the green with the stainless.
Nice ideas for mixed tones, using black and heavy contrast. Good use of woods as a design element. Maybe think about how a wood floor will play a part in the future.
Check out these green cabinets. Green and white are nice and a light tile would continue the line of our open floorplan. Also, contrasting light green paint is cool. Green seems to look good with stainless.
Gray accent wall in white and black decor.
White and black.