Bright Vibrant Colors Hot for Scottsdale Kitchen Remodel

Bright Vibrant Colors Hot for Scottsdale Kitchen RemodelIf you have attended any home design or kitchen improvement events lately, you may have felt the need to wear sunglasses, due to the heavy presence of bright colors. Vibrant shades are a growing trend among those seeking to give their boring kitchens an exciting makeover.

While bright colors may be viewed as a more modern style, in reality these shades were a staple of kitchen décor in the past. As this article notes, pops of color in the kitchen—in shades like red or Kelly green—started growing in popularity after the 1930s. Most people likely envision neutral, understated colors when thinking of traditional kitchen design, but it appears that high-energy kitchens have actually been a hit for decades now.

One difference though, is that (unlike those from prior generations) people today are broadening their thinking and not limiting the color just to paint and accessories. More homeowners are taking a bold step and using color for more prominent elements of their kitchen, such as the cabinets and appliances. The article cites unusual nature-inspired shades such as pumpkin and daisy as options for cabinetry for today’s homeowners. Of course, if you aren’t quite so daring, using color on the walls or for fixtures and accessories is a much safer choice, as these can be changed more easily if you eventually decide to go in a more understated direction.

If you are planning a Scottsdale area kitchen remodeling project, we can incorporate any particular style elements you may like. RW Remodeling can design the perfect kitchen just for you!

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Jim Weisman founded RW Remodeling in 2011 after co-founding Republic West in 1995. Jim’s strong belief in the importance of ethical standards, honest communication and quality work make RW Remodeling a unique home remodeling company. For more than 19 years, Jim Weisman and his team have been proudly delivering what their customers want; their dream home.