Successful examples of using bright colors in the kitchen interior – make the room stylish and unique!

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Stunning pink from Mal Corboy Design and Cabinets

Many of today's popular kitchens literally bathe in white with a small accent – the gray veins of the marble countertop and the modest glitter of the metal, which is decorated with machinery and equipment. Even if you really dream about such a kitchen, it can not always be right for you.

If you crave the juiciness of colors in the kitchen, then this article is created specifically for them. It is worth noting that a striking change in design is a very responsible decision, so we suggest that you try the idea you liked first on a temporary basis, and then move on to a permanent form.

Transitional kitchen from Dallas Renovation Group

This red kitchen island looks luxurious, it becomes a real clot of color. However, if the owner of the house gets tired of this decision, he can easily get rid of it, repainting the table in any other color.

Modern kitchen design from Alterstudio

Stylish furniture with these glossy red cabinets creates a bold strip of red, attracting attention.

Intermediate kitchen interior from Visbeen Architects

Think about orange cuisine, but for now, do you doubt if it's worth embodying the idea? Try throwing a few orange pillows, kitchen towels or other small details to see if you like it or not.

Fashion project from Mark English Architects, AIA

Brilliant orange varnish adds some piquancy to this modern kitchen interior.

Modern style from Tara Seawright

This yellow ceiling visually illuminates the kitchen, which does not receive much natural light.

Juicy yellow in design from Beckwith Interiors

The worktops are not so easy to replace, so you need to be sure that you love this sunny yellow color before using it.

Modern cuisine NOA Architecture Planning Interiors

The bright apple-green attracts the attention of any guest and even the hosts to the wall. The undoubted advantage was that the color of this logical center of the kitchen is easy to replace – enough brush, paint and some free time.

Bright green eclectic from Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly, Inc. (CKD, CBD, CR)

Worktops and a kitchen apron "bathe" in a juicy green shade in this kitchen. Colorful dining chairs bring even more greenery into the bold interior styling.

Adventurous turquoise from CapeRace Cultural Adventures

In Newfoundland, Canada, the winter is long, it's getting dark very early – decorating the window space with the help of bright turquoise in the kitchen will be a cure for the winter spleen.

Azure design by Dan Waibel Designer Builder

Juicy turquoise begins with a tile of a kitchen apron and "jumps" on cabinets, giving this kitchen a kind of a warm southern beach.

Indigo in the traditional kitchen from Visbeen Architects

Classic Hall from Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.

The butler's store room is an ideal room, which can be filled with color from floor to ceiling.

Transitional project from Olga Adler

This purple is so bright that a small portion of it on the island seems already sufficient.

Eclectic cuisine from Story & Space – Interior Design and Color Guidance

The kitchen apron is not easy to replace and it is not expensive, so this colorful lavender tile speaks of a serious love for this color.

The transitional period of the kitchen

Add floral arrangements to the interior of your kitchen. In addition to the fact that live flowers always look gently and smell luxuriously, they also allow you to experiment with color, to see how this or that shade in the room will look.

Tip: you must be sure that you really love the bright pink, that he will not tire your eyes and annoy you. But at the same time, note that this color scheme looks very creative. Almost a paradise flower!

Welcome to our kitchen design resource! We created a collection of unusual and attractive kitchen interiors and decor ideas for decorating your home.

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