Light Kitchen: Decoration Rules
The concept of “light cuisine” includes about 20 shades, among which:
white and approximate colors: milk, pearl, snow, ivory;
beige-creamy range: caramel, coffee with milk, light brown, aiwory, peach, pale yellow, vanilla;
gray shades: smoky, steel, ashy, light gray;
pale colors of other colors: blue, turquoise, lilac, pink, light green.
2-5 colors from the first three groups can be fearlessly mixed in any proportions, as you like, without being afraid to spoil the design of the kitchen in light colors. One of the shades of the fourth group can also be safely added to the palette. In addition, taking two or three colors from the first three groups, one bright color can be used as an accent: red, blue, burgundy or brown. Not bad will look the facades of zebrano of any shade, from the most light to dark, almost black.Saturated colors will dilute the interior, bringing a drop of brightness. It’s important not to overdo it, especially if you want the room to remain light. Two elements are enough. For example, a table top plus a chandelier, a vase plus the facades of the upper lockers or an apron plus chairs.
When should you choose a light tone in kitchen design?