7 Yellow Kitchen Ideas That Bring a Playful Pop to the Cookspace

Choose a Bold Appliance

Large-scale appliances are typically finished in black or stainless steel, but more firms than ever before are expanding their product lines to include candy-colored finishes.

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Create a Focal Point

It's not necessary to use the same color for all of your cabinetry or finishes when adding color to your kitchen. Try concentrating your attention on a single area of your room instead.

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Keep It Simple

You may subdue the other design aspects in the space by going for a striking hue like yellow. Allow your bold color selection to take center stage by keeping the rest of your design clean and uncomplicated.

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Choose a Style-Specific Shade

While "yellow" is a general term for this sunny shade, there's a diverse spectrum of hues within it. Selecting the right one for your home's style and kitchen design is crucial.

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Tone It Down With a Subtle Neutral

Many homeowners find that choosing a color requires a significant commitment, particularly when it applies to a large-scale component like your cabinets. 

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Pair It With Bold Wallpaper

What's better than bold paint? Pairing it with bold wallpaper! In this kitchen by Sandra Baker, vibrant dijon cabinetry meets striking botanical wallpaper from Living Quarters, creating a room bursting with personality.

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Coat on All-Over Color

Any room can feel cozy and inviting when all of its surfaces are covered in the same color, no matter how striking or subdued. It will resemble a velvety tiny jewel box. 

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