3 Kitchen Colour Combinations That Never Go Out Of Style

There is so much inspiration out there it is hard to decide what colour combination to select.  You don't want your space to be boring but you also don't want to tire of it too quickly either.  Here are three colour combos that will look great for years to come!

Classic White Kitchen

 Studio McGee 

Studio McGee 

This combination can work well in so many spaces.  A few features can be switched up to make it work in more modern homes as well.  Start with warm wood floors, white cabinets, quartz marble look counters, mix of metals and warm wood accents and you will have a beautiful space.  

How To Get The Look: Classic White Kitchen

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 Studio McGee

Studio McGee

This combinations tends to work well in casual or relaxed feeling homes.  It can feel more eclectic depending on the accessories you add.  Grey can be a tricky colour to get right, it can look green or blue depending on the undertones and what you pair with it.  Grey cabinets look great with white counters and marble tile. 

How To Get The Look: Classic Grey Kitchen

Classic Grey Kitchen Mood Board
  Elizabeth Lawson Design

 Elizabeth Lawson Design

I LOVE this colour combination especially in a classic or modern home.  You can pair your cabinets with butcher block or marble, white or bold tile, the possibilities are endless.  I love adding brass fixtures and vintage runners.

How To Get The Look: Classic Black And White Kitchen

Black And White Kitchen Mood Board

Holiday Styling - The Bar Cart

I am sure you are like me and  you are getting your home ready for holiday entertaining.  One space you don't want to forget is the bar cart, and if you don't have a bar cart or room for one,  you can set up an area on a table, island or console.  This will allow your guest to serve themselves and free you up to enjoy your party!  

Holiday Bar Cart Styling

Bar Cart, Decanter, Stud Decanter, Bar Tool Set, Tray, Ornaments, Accordion Paper Trees, Golden Tulum Pot

With any styling it is all in the layering.  I would start with a beautiful tray and arrange your bottles or decanters on top.  Then layer in bar tools, vase with fresh flowers or evergreens, the great thing with keeping a vase on your bar you can switch it out for the seasons or mood.  Add in some fun holiday decor, I love adding a bowl filled with vintage ornaments.  Keep everything simple and easy to access for your guests.  

Winter Front Door Styling

If you are like me and it's getting cold where you live, you are probably thinking of ways of getting your outdoor space styled before you are out there freezing your butt off!  I like to keep exterior design elements simple and classic.  

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Designer- Grace Castaneda

Start with some classic but modern black planters that you can fill with a blue spruce tree or a mix of evergreens.  Lay an indoor/outdoor mat centred in front of your door with a fun door mat on top, and finish it off with a beautiful wreath.  Simple, classic and this will take you right through the holidays.  

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