Small apartment kitchen décor doesn’t have to be drab and boring. Cover the limited space with fun, bright colors. A small kitchen is usually easier for playing with colors because there is enough space to experiment in a more controlled way.
What colors should you incorporate into a small kitchen? How can you experiment with them? Here are some ideas to try.
1. Bright Red Kitchen
Red is a color that increases the appetite, which makes it a great option for a kitchen. You can use red as the main color scheme, such as for all the cabinets and pendant lamps. Leave the other surfaces in neutral colors, such as white, grey, or beige.
Citrus colors are great for a kitchen because they evoke freshness. Colors like lime green, tangerine, lemon, and grapefruit red create an exciting color theme for a kitchen. You can choose one color as the main theme or combine two and even three colors in one kitchen.
Another appetite-inducing color, yellow is a great shade to infuse warmth into a small kitchen. The bright color also creates a “large room” illusion, a great alternative of white. You can choose yellow as the main color scheme or as a bright splash.
Traditional exposed bricks infuse warmth and earthy look into a kitchen. You can use the bricks to add natural colors into the room. What is the best thing about these walls? They can be combined with other colors easily, such as black, white, grey, blue, red, and many more.
Are you used to see kitchens with one-color cabinets? Spice things up by installing bicolor cabinets. Many cabinet products have two contrasting tones, which add a unique element to a regular small kitchen. For example, there are black-and-white, red-and-white, green-and-white, and many more.