Seeing Red

The kitchen is the heart of the home, more so now than ever as we are still amid a pandemic with many of us confined indoors. Design trends for 2021 are considering the time spent in the kitchen, bringing in warm and comforting colors to everything from the flooring to the wall color, from the cabinets to the countertops, and even the appliances.  One color that has unexpectedly made its way into the design palette is red. Using red in different ways can create a whole new look and feel to your kitchen.

Here are some ways to incorporate red into your kitchen just in time for Valentine’s Day (hint: a new countertop would be a gift that everyone can enjoy).

Baby Steps

If you are not ready to dive in headfirst to a whole red kitchen, you can strategically choose accent pieces, walls, furniture, or appliances to bring red in small doses. The nice thing about using red as a pop of color is that you have the flexibility to keep a neutral background for most of the space.

Base Coat

Using red as a foundation color gives the kitchen a warm and cozy feel. Do not let yourself be intimidated by red, though. There are many shades and variations of red to suit your needs. Red cabinet colors can range from chocolate cherry to candy apple red, giving you lots of options.

Let It Shine

The bright red color can really pop with a high gloss finish. Countertops and tile backsplashes can add that bit of shine for a modern and sleek look.

All In

If you are ready to fully immerse yourself in red and embrace the boldness, here is one last look!

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