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Consider your wood flooring. Many times people buy natural wood finishes in all their furniture, forgetting about how much wood there already is in the floors. If the floor in this kitchen had been stained a dark, matching brown tone, all those beautiful cabinets and countertops would get lost against it. The golden tone of the floor serves to create contrast and adds a third color layer. This kitchen also throws an unexpected curve: The sink base cabinets become their own element, painted white in a run of dark stained cabinetry. Let natural breaks such as doors become a transition for a new finish or color. Take advantage of that door to the mudroom or laundry room that splits up your kitchen walls. Paint one wall a completely different color altogether. I love how the range wall in this kitchen has two-tone cabinet doors, while the island and floors are natural wood, but still not perfectly matched. The wall of tall cabinets being painted a blue-gray is an unexpected and pleasant surprise.