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It used to be that Upper Kitchen Cabinets many people thought everything in a home — wood tones, metals, countertops — had to match. But today it’s perfectly acceptable to choose one type of countertop for your kitchen perimeter and another for the kitchen island. You might select one color for your upper cabinets and a different one for the lower ones. You can mix metals, wood tones, lighting styles and finishes.It’s great to have freedom, but all this mixing and matching can also lead to confusion. After you’ve selected multiple finish materials, how do you choose a paint color that bridges them all? See how three Upper Kitchen Cabinets designers approach this challenge. "Don’t head to the paint store first. This kitchen, by Tammara Stroud Design in Seattle, features a wide range of materials. The kitchen island countertop is butcher block; the perimeter counters are Costa Esmeralda granite, a natural stone that resembles soapstone. The tile backsplash — which appears both gray and ocher in places in this photo, due to the lighting — is actually a glossy pearl gray. When it came time to choose a paint color that would work harmoniously with all Upper Kitchen Cabinets the surfaces, Stroud turned to the blend of materials for direction. “There’s always something you have to pull color and inspiration from,” Stroud says. “The island is a beautiful solid walnut” that has red undertones, so she knew the color she selected could not clash with red. “The stone had subtle sand colors in the veining.” The paint color she selected — seen at right in the photo above and to the left of the double doors — is a gray with brown undertones that echoes the sandy tones of the countertop veining. Go big and bold, or else fade away. Laura Groenier, owner of Silver Leaf Interiors in Upper Kitchen Cabinets Madison, Wisconsin, has three strategies she likes to employ when tackling the wall paint color for a mixed-materials kitchen. “One is to stay pretty neutral and let the selected finishes do their thing — pop and balance each other,” she says. “Another option is to go with a deep rich neutral, maybe a navy,” she says. This Silver Leaf Interiors project — an off-white kitchen with midtone wood floors and a Upper Kitchen Cabinets beige, brick-like backsplash — is a good example of Groenier’s first strategy: letting the finishes balance one another. No need for a rich neutral wall paint to tie them all together; instead, the choice (note the wall paint above the cabinets) fades into the background, allowing the finishes to be the main attraction. As a third option, Groenier suggests creating a cohesive feel in a mixed-materials kitchen by picking “a super strong color that pulls everything together.” In this kitchen, by Excel Interior Concepts and Upper Kitchen Cabinets Construction in Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, teal works to give an intentional, designed feel to pale wood floors, white cabinets and black countertops. Pick the dominant neutral. Designer Rod Miller of R&D Design in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, has some rules of thumb that help him choose a paint color for a mixed-materials kitchen. “When you have a lot of surfaces and backsplashes and different colors, a lot of the backsplashes and neutrals — they’re going to Upper Kitchen Cabinets have a dominant neutral in them,” he says. For example, a marble countertop might comprise a few neutral colors: white and gray, green and black, tan, gold and dark brown. When looking at all the finish materials together, “find the neutral that stands out, and paint the walls that color,” Miller says. On the opposite side of the same kitchen, the designer chose a wall color that is fairly close to the cabinet color, creating a monochrome effect. Miller generally advises choosing a wall color that would Upper Kitchen Cabinets make the cabinets stand out, though this is of course a matter of personal taste. Verboys InteriorsThis kitchen, by Verboys Interiors in Philadelphia, features an oven backsplash in white, brown, green and cream. Given that the subway tile features two greens, the upper cabinets are gray-green and the lower cabinets are gray-brown, what color would you choose for the walls?"