You're looking forward to it but probably have many questions about your kitchen remodeling

Many of those questions have to do with color coordination. Below we have some color coordination tips for your remodel. 

First, choose your color plan

Choose colors as the dominant ones, adding a third just for accents. And remember, you can use varying shades of the dominant colors to accent and highlight. 

Many ask if they should consider matching exactly. You don't need to, as too much of the same color can make a room look flat.  

Just be sure the colors harmonize with each other. You want a cohesive look.

Which comes first: kitchen cabinets or countertops?

There is a debate about whether the kitchen cabinets or countertops should be placed first. It's really up to you, as it’s a personal preference.

Cabinets are generally considered the central part of the room. However, kitchen countertops are also one of the first things people see, often becoming a focal point.

Some of the popular cabinet colors include: 

  • Brown is a classic choice
  • Black and two-toned cabinets make a splash
  • Designers also love blue because it's so easy to coordinate and adds color without being overwhelming
  • White will probably never go out of style

Countertops: strong supporting player! 

Countertops come in various materials, from natural stone to tile, solid surfacing, laminate, stainless steel, and more. In addition, kitchen countertops have a range of colors, textures, and finishes, with off-white and gray trending hot this year.

Choose us for your kitchen remodeling needs

Look no further than KC Floorworx if you need kitchen remodeling, flooring, cabinets, countertops, or windows. We have it all, with a large inventory and certified professional installers.

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