The gray cabinet here inspired this ideabook.
If you love a happy blue/green, why not go for it in your kitchen? It gives this kitchen a sophisticated country charm.
This shade is a beautiful neutral that keeps the feel traditional and classic.
This blue-gray shade looks great with the granite counter tops and butcher block.
You don't have to commit to having everything match. Here the cabinets are wood, while the green island adds a big dollop of color to the kitchen.
I love this bold blue and how it works within a palette of grays that's introduced in the tiles and light fixtures.
These colored cabinets add to the subdued elegance of this kitchen.
Here's a similar kitchen to the one above, taken a shade or two darker. Wait, is this the same kitchen that I showed in blue in the third picture? It is! Is it painted, or just REALLY different at night? What do you think?
Distressed black contrasts nicely with the light walls and counters.
The trim on the cabinets takes a cue from the color of the corrugated metal.
The mix of materials here gives this kitchen a very European look.
This very blue bathroom always delights me!
These blue cabinets infuse the loft with color.
What follows are some very sleek and modern cabinets in a range of unexpected colors.
Sleek red cabinets are a contemporary contrast to the rough-hewn wood table and ship's-cabin-like curved wooden ceiling.
The orange cabinets serve as exclamation points.
These cabinets have an industrial workshop feel.
A daring bright periwinkle is something you don't see every day!
Here the red/orange is an accent color, not used on every cabinet, so that you don't overdose on it.