The kitchen is the heart of the home. Make it happy, too, with vibrant colors and hot new hues.
Reclaimed Wood + Ruby-Red Metal
Farmhouse meets industrial in this wonderful table and chair combo. Colors and materials are also blended throughout the rest of the kitchen to create an inviting atmosphere.
Aqua and Jade
The glass-top island reflects the homeowner’s love of Jadeite dishware, while the repurposed memo board adds the perfect touch of vintage charm.
Symmetrical Midcentury Style
The mod rectangles work beautifully with the grayish-blue cabinetry, stainless sink and oblong drawer hardware.Balance is met in design and color in this charming kitchen.
It took just a touch of boldness to add a ton of fun to this modern home. Design by Lori Dennis
A Little Color Goes a Long Way
In this cozy Mediterranean-inspired space, a shapely table, cabinet door trim and some hardware provide the perfect pop of personality. Design by Erica Islas
Use Accessories for Color
Flowers, fruit and farmhouse antiques spread vintage charm in this traditional-style kitchen. Design by Jane Ellison
This pro-style kitchen cleverly combines rich wood, modern stainless and a fun punch of neon. The durable countertops are made of a compound quartz material.Don’t be afraid to mix and match.
Rich, spicy colors can liven up any space, but even more so in a kitchen where they’ll add to the energy of cooking and entertaining. Courtesy of Sherwin-Williams
A Squirt of Spicy Mustard
Desirable contemporary amenities are highlighted by earthy mosaic glass tiles and rich wood cabinetry.
A Little Lilac
Normally reserved for the bedroom or bathroom, regal purple is making its way into the kitchen. The soothing palette makes a great setting for a friendly tea party or a romantic evening meal.
Old Meets New
This urban setting mixes authentic prewar materials and modern amenities. Warm-toned lacquered cabinets blend smoothly with the natural hardwoods and stainless steel finishes.
The richly stained island adds a focal point to the warm wood tones and tapestry patterns in this Old World, Euro-style kitchen. Design by Kathryn Greeley.