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25 Edgy Two Tone Kitchen Designs You’ll Love
As we are all staying home as much as possible, we’ll have to look for some ways to spend time (if you don’t work from home). A home renovation is a good idea to keep you busy, change what you’ve wanted to change for a long time and make your home a better place to be. If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen, if you cook much, gather there often and do other stuff, start from renovating it. We’ve already shared some ideas on buget-friendly renovations, and today’s roundup is all about making it super trendy.
Two tone kitchens are making a huge comeback, this trend is currently everywhere and there are good reasons for that. First of all, two tone cabinets make your kitchen look less formal, second, this is creative pairing of different, often contrasting colors, and third, you can easily incorporate this trend into your kitchen décor yourself. How? Just paint upper or lower cabinets! Now, if you already feel inspired, I will be happy to share some ideas!
Two-Toned Kitchens With Wood Cabinets
The trendiest idea for now is pairing up painted and wooden or MDF cabinets to get a slight natural touch in the kitchen – all things natural are extremely trendy. Wood and white or grey is a very timeless and neutral scheme, and most of shades of wood will look good with these colors. But never mind if you don’t like them – wood looks amazing with almost any color you can choose! Get a more chic look sprucing up your cabinets with metallic touches.
a modern kitchen with navy lower cabinets and light-colored upper wooded cabinets plus a marble backsplash
a cozy rustic space with rich-colored wooden cabinets and white ones plus a subway tile backsplash
a chic minimalist kitchen with dark stained wood and white sleek cabinets for a bold contrast
dark stained wood and white cabinets plus black metal handles and marble countertops for a rustic kitchen
dark-stained wood and white cabinets plus metallic touches for a mid-century modern space
white and light-colored wood cabinets and a matte black backsplash for a bold minimalist kitchen design
a cozy mid-century modern kitchen with white upper cabinets, MDF lower ones and a retro rug for a touch of color
a stylish traditional kitchen with white upper cabinets, wooden lower ones, gold handles and a marble tile backsplash
a modern farmhouse kitchen with white uppers and rich stained lower ones plus a white subway tile backsplash
Colored Two-Toned Kitchens
If you love juxta positioning various colors, skip plywood, wood and MDF and go straight to the shades you love. White and grey, black and white, navy and white, mint and turquoise, black and beige –anything you can imagine exists and if it doesn’t – then you can create that yourself! A tile backsplash and countertops are nice elements to tie up the two colors that you’ve used, and you may also add wooden elements, metallic handles or knobs and you’ll get a super stylish space!
a minimalist kitchen with sleek white and black cabinets and eye-catchy lights looks wow
black and white cabinets and lots of light-colored wood in decor for a modern welcoming look
bold blue and white cabinets plus a marble kitchen island look modern and luxurious
bold blue and white cabinets plus a white subway tile backsplash for a cool look with a touch of retro
dark wood and mint cabinets and a matching mint backsplash for an ultra-modern look