This deep teal cabinet with glass doors really catches ones eye in this otherwise neutral palette.
Here's a close up of this lovely cabinet. I am in love with those counters as well - I think they are soapstone, but I'm not sure. Anyone?
GO! BIG! ORANGE!
Here, green antiqued cabinets, Fortuny-esque light fixtures and a harlequin pattern on the floor all add to the Mediterranean flavor of the house.
This is from the house featured above.
Here the pop of sleek red gives the space a futuristic, sort of automotive look, without overwhelming the room. I think if all of these cabinets were red, it would look like a giant bottle of Opi "I'm Not Really a Waitress" nail polish had exploded in here.
Here, the deep blue mixed with gray and stainless steel really does serve as a neutral, while adding lots of style to the space.
Now if this is not someone's unique individual style, I don't know what is! I bet this person is a big B52s fan.
Here, red combined with stainless steel cabinetry gives the kitchen a Jetsons meets workbench edge.
Actually, the more I look at it, the more blue can serve as a neutral in terms of retail, without being boring. Who doesn't love a blue kitchen space, especially one that is still this bright and cheery?
Light wood mixed with this pleasing light turquoise adds a Scandinavian flair to the room.
Here the red is modern perfection. Also, check out how gorgeous those luminous tiles are! The rougher slate floor balances out all the shine in the room.
This slate blue/gray color works well with the butcher block, beadboard, and Victorian style of the home.
I love this apple green lacquer. If you did need to sell and others weren't as green-happy as you, you could have them re-lacquered or powder-coated in a more neutral resale color.
Here a slightly lighter shade of apple green is used with a much different style kitchen. I love to compare and contrast pictures like this one and the one above.