Living Room / August 25, 2018 / Arden Calderon
Before You Go
A large wall may or may not include windows, doors, or other architectural components. When this happens, consider making those additions part of the room’s overall design by incorporating simple, symmetrical decorations. Wreaths hung over windows, for example, provide great greenery and contrast to a light window silhouette.
If you want a colorful touch, yellow kitchen cabinets are your choice. There are various shades to choose from: from saturated buttermilk shades to lemon and neon yellow, so you’ll easily find something that you like. As for combinability, yellow goes well with neutrals, dark colors and some bold ones like navy, emerald or lavender. You can get a black moody kitchen with yellow cabinets, or an airy white space with the same, or go for a trendy two-color kitchen with suspended yellow cabinets and dark ones below.
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