Color blocking is a trendy and edgy idea and a very eye-catchy way to add color to any space. We’ve already seen some color block ideas in bedrooms and now we’ll take a look at using this decor solution in kitchens.
The most popular idea to do that is to rock color blocking cabinets or to create a color block effect between the cabinets and the walls. Yo u may also color block the walls, add a bold fridge for color blocking or hang some color block curtains or shades. Take a look at the examples below!
Create a color blocking effect using cabinets of various bold colors, for example, black and orange, yellow and blue, green and pink, purple and red and so on. You may go for upper and lower cabinets in bold contrasting colors or just paint a cabinet one by one in absolutely contrasting shades. You may also go for a contrasting kitchen island that stands out a lot, don’t be afraid of bold colors.
a navy kitchen with yellow compartments is color block piece itself and is a bold statement
a minimalist kitchen in black and orange, with a glass backsplash and cool pendant lamps in black
a minimalist color block kitchen with coral, aqua and blue accents and white tiles with black grout
a grey kitchen with a large pink cabinet for a color block effect is a bold and trendy idea
jazz up even the tiniest kitchen with bright cabinets, each of a different color and shade
a plywood and a muted blue sleek cabinet on the wall and an emerald sink countertop for a color block effect
color blocking can be easily incorporated with drawers or compartment doors in various bold colors
a pastel kitchen with purple, lavender, yellow and blue cabinets for a color block effect
a chic contemporary kitchen in navy and sunny yellow with sleekdesign and white touches
a color block effect is achieved in this grey kitchen with a bright pink kitchen island with a white countertop
a contemporary color block kitchen in pink and black with a sleek and stylish look and a wooden dining set
a dark blue kitchen with a terrazzo countertopp, brass fixtures and postal red shelf plus green and yellow color blocking
You may also create e a color block effect with contrasting walls and cabinets – it’s a simple and very cool idea. Paint the walls in one color and the cabinets in a contrasting one and voila! You may also add a contrasting touch with archways, doors and even color block several colors at once.You may paint various parts of the kitchen in various colors or highlight the zones: a cooking, an eating one with a different color of the walls.
a bold color blocking idea with dusty pink, black and green plus brass touches is a chic option
a color block kitchen with yellow, teal and terracotta accents, patterned tiles and white cabinets
a contemporary kitchen with only lower cabinets in bold pink and a black wall for a juxtaposition
a graphite grey kitchen color blocked with sunny yellow lower cabinets and a gorgeous pendant lamp
purple cabinets plus beige walls create a bold contrast and eye-catchiness in the space
orange walls with a graphic effect create also a color block one with graphite grey cabinets
Some other ideas may be color block kitchen backsplashes: divide the backsplash into sections and make each in a contrasting bold shade with paint, tiles, wood, metal or even all different materials. Add a contrasting fridge to your cabinets to stand out or hang color block curtains or shades, which is the easiest idea ever.
a black kitchen is spruced up with a bold idea, a color block kitchen backsplash