To get yourself out of your dull and boring life, you need to add colors into it. Same is the method to freshen up your home’s interior with the use of bold colors as an eye captivating element in the whole space. Kitchen is a space in the house which is considered as a woman area and it is highly appreciated if it has a womanly style in its design. Such colors should be chosen while designing kitchen which reflects the delicacy of a woman. Pink color is considered to be the favorite color of women and it leaves a soft and cheerful effect on our minds. Considering this fact we are presenting you a list of tips to use pink color in your kitchen with a contrast of black to create a perfect balance without over using it.
1. Pink Fabrics with Black Marble
The monotony of pure white is broken with the use of vibrant pink and black. A few splashes of this lovely colour in its darker tones given in the form of textile looks exciting.
2. Subtle Pink Cabinets
Subtle pink cabinets provide an amazing contrast with its ash grey marble countertop and silver appliances. Pendulum lights painted inward with bold pink enhances the aesthetic value of the kitchen.
3. Achromatic Kitchen With a Little Pink
A traditionally designed kitchen with achromatic colour tones, wooden floor and creamy walls. A tinge of pink is given through stove knobs and chair paint. A lustrous surface of island’s marble top beautifully reflects the whole kitchen.
4. Rosy Pink Walls
The kitchen gives a very soft impression due to its rosy pink walls and grey tile backsplash. The space is used efficiently providing floating shelves. The space has been made more fascinating with the provision of a book shelf.
5. Neutral Kitchen With a Vibrant Vase
A neutral kitchen has been made exciting with a very little effort by putting a vibrant and an eye-catching pink flower vase in the centre. Another element of attraction is the bottle holding shelf with its sparkling hues.
6. Glossy Pink Backsplash
A glossy pink backsplash, a matte dark pink sofa and strikingly colourful painting stands out of the achromatic interior. The whole space still manages to look brilliant retaining its minimalist flaunt.
7. Symmetrical Kitchen
The symmetry in windows, hanging lights and island’s furniture is further followed by colours. A balanced amount of black and white used on both sides of the kitchen creates harmony in the design.
8. Sleek White with Pink Lights
A pure white kitchen with glass hanging light creates a sense of transparency in the kitchen. Alphabets written on the wall with lights create a neon pink impact which looks chic.
9. Victorian Kitchen
Single wall Victorian kitchen with an excessive use of wood looks royal. A window nook attached with the dining area feels cozy with its pink cushions and mattress.