In picking coordinated patterns, remember that they should contrast in scale and fit the room’s size. For example small prints can perk up a limited space and a small kitchen, but they can lose their impact in a large kitchen.
The harmonies, motifs and pattern scales have to be planned with much care, attention and caution, so that it can bring all the hues together and not look like a random splash of colors.
Sometimes picking the right palette has you in the quandary, consider an easy color equation that guarantees beautiful results for your kitchen. Proportion is the key to a successful while-plus-one scheme.
One color must dominate and white obliges in a starring or supportive role. Nothing clashes with the amenable white; it works with even the most boldest and brightest of colors.
White color can be molded into whichever mood pleases you. It can be warm and cozy or crisp and cool in the mood.
You can also decorate your kitchen with neutral colors. Although neutral schemes are contemporary favorites, they work well in period rooms and at times the kitchens. Color never only refers to paint, this year has brought a new meaning to color and that is its reference to art in the kitchen.