It's amazing what an impact a few colorful pots and pans can make against a neutral-toned backdrop of woods and whites.
I have a few of these pots in red, and while the color is very nice (and there's a whole spectrum of them available now), what I love most is what a workhorse they are. Use them on the stove top or in the oven, relatively high heat or low, and they hold up get the job done beautifully.
When you're still stuck in a morning fog, this espresso machine in bright orange acts like a beacon to caffeinated bliss.
I like how this homeowner has a little fun with the colors of accessories in their kitchen, branching out with a few bright hues.
This bright yellow acrylic countertop finds a friend not far away in that bright pot on the stove.
If boldly colored counters aren't your thing, stick to yellow in the accessories, as done in this happy modern kitchen.
The only thing that's always on top of my stove is the kettle. Best to work it into the decor in a color that complements the rest of the space, as the green does here.
A deep blue stand mixer picks up on the cool tones in the backsplash and takes them up a notch.
These pots take a more direct route, getting their exact color inspiration from the patterned backsplash behind them.
Real chefs are passionate about the quality of Staub's substantial pots. I'm no expert there, but I sure do like the rich colors they come in.
Oh holy rainbow! See how many colorful gadgets and accessories you can count up in this cooking school's kitchen.
If expensive pots and mixers aren't in the immediate future, no fear; there are plenty of more affordable ways to add color in the kitchen. Here, a set of mixing bowls arranged on an open shelf helps to perk up the space.