KitchenEclectic Kitchen, Boston
Color: Susan Sargent
Photographer: Eric Roth
What Houzz contributors are saying:
You don’t always have to make one of your feature colors bold while keeping the other muted. But try limiting the bright colors to relatively small doses, as accent colors, rather than painting entire walls as well as the ceiling. I bet this is a fun kitchen to work in — no room for the winter blahs in this colorful space.
Doesn't this slice of citrus put you in a good mood? I see another fun pop of color every time I look at it — from the lemon-yellow stair treads to the lime-green corbels under the cabinets. Separating the colors with white helps keep them from fighting each other and overwhelming the space.