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Pull the wall hue into the room. Lime green on the kitchen island echoes the paler shade of the walls for a graduated two-tone effect. The same technique also works well when you want to repeat a dominant or background color in tile or wallpaper. Tobi Fairley Interior Design
Add a barely-there breath of color. Colors don't have to shout to boost visual panache. In this quiet, elegant kitchen, silvery gray on the island adds another nuance to the creamy whites and pale dove grays that cloak the rest of the space. It lends just enough presence without disturbing the peace. SDG Architecture, Inc.
Bridge floors and walls. Sometimes a contrasting cabinet finish can provide a visual transition between the wall treatment and the flooring. The warm cherry-tone lower cabinets in this classic kitchen extend the warmth of the brick underfoot and also create a buffer between the white units and the darker floor and backsplash materials.More:Colorful CabinetsThe Unmatched Kitchen: Mixing Finishes With Style23 Inspiring Real-Life Kitchens