Whether modern or traditional, a classical all-white kitchen makes for very beautiful and elegant kitchen design. However, with such a large variety of different finishes available in the market today, two-toned kitchen cabinets are an exciting relatively new style in kitchen design. This style gained popularity because it suits so many kitchen styles from modern, contemporary to classic, the options are endless. A two-toned kitchen is a design that can be accomplished either by using two different tones – complementary or analogous – or different finishes.
Subsequent to picking different tones, colours or finishes; you need to decide what impact of effect you want to create in your kitchen. Do you want to create one or more focal points? Use the secondary colour or finish in those areas. For instance, you could just have the island as a different colour or frame the sections you want to highlight with the alternative. Do you want a dramatic effect? Have the wall unit one colour or finish and the floor units’ another.
The additional colour and/or texture add depth and visual appeal to any kitchen (or room). Just a reminder! Always keep in mind to make use of the colour wheel when choosing complementary or different colours or finishes.