All in the details…

Pink kitchen

Source | A Beautiful Mess

I guess I’m feeling bold this morning! A hot pink kitchen isn’t usually my cup of tea, but I love that SOMEONE went ahead and did it. You must click through to the original source on this one for more shots of the space. It is truly a show stopper – Maybe even the definition of one. Whether you love it or hate it, I think we can all appreciate the POWER of this room.

Let’s talk details…

1…Thank goodness for white. If this room was ALL color, I’d be running in the opposite direction. But since the color is limited almost entirely to the cabinets, I took a second look and briefly considered the uncharted possibilities. When playing with a bold color, it’s no secret that BALANCE is of the utmost importance. The white countertops, backsplash and appliances seem to gleam next to those fuchsia cabinets.

2…Yeah…I can’t get over that color. All things considered, it’s probably the most neutral pink there is. It’s definitely not neon, and it’s definitely not dark. There’s a lot of gray in this color, which helps it to feel rich rather than overbearing. It just goes to show how important the right SHADE is when choosing a bold color.

3…The other thing I love about this space is the retro vibe. That old style oven is calling my name. Again, you should definitely click through to see the retro-meets-mod stainless steel farmhouse sink.

What are your favorite details?

For past “All in the details” features, click here

P.S. Thank you everyone for the sweet birthday wishes yesterday, and for the support on my Better Homes and Gardens shoot (happening tomorrow!!). Love you guys to the moon and back!

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4 thoughts on “All in the details…

  1. jncahill

    I think it looks really nice. And you are right–it’s good it isn’t all one color or it would be overpowering. The white wall, stove, and utensil holder goes well with the cabinets.

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