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5 Favorites: Bold Color Zoning in the Kitchen

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5 Favorites: Bold Color Zoning in the Kitchen

Remodelista Team May 23, 2013

This post is sponsored by Sico Evolution® Interior Paint:

Take a simple kitchen: maybe it’s an awkward space, lacking natural light, or just requires a little something extra. With a few bold stripes of color painted across kitchen walls and cabinets, that simple kitchen is instantly transformed.

Lately, we’ve been focused on color zoning with paint seen in the bedroom, on fabric, in the children’s room, and now, in the kitchen. But a high functioning, high-traffic kitchen requires a durable paint resource. Canadian-based DIYers are in luck with Sico’s latest innovation: Sico Evolution® Interior Paint with an unprecedented DurabiliT™ technology providing a protective shield that is ulta-washable and ultra-scrubbable (no matter what the finish). The paint and primer is VOC-free and is available directly from Sico.

 Above: An unexpected pairing of red and gray in a kitchen by French designer Marianne Evennou. For another example of how Evennou incorporates unexpected colors in her interiors, see Steal This Look: Offbeat Colors in a Bathroom in France.

Above: An orange, blue, and white kitchen in a Neutra house photographed by Nikolas Koenig, via Desire to Inspire.

Above: Paris-based architect and designer Philippe Harden has a highly refined color sense, as shown in this pale blue and olive kitchen with dashes of orange.

Above: Tara Mangini and Percy Bright of Jersey Ice Cream Company renovated an Upstate New York kitchen in graphic black and white.

Above: A visually arresting kitchen by British Standard with a bright blue and taupe gray palette.

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