When I was little, I remember that I wanted my future kitchen to be designed in a red and white combination of colors. Today, I can admit to being over that concept and happy about it. Why? Mainly because I discovered simple, single colored and neutral toned kitchens. And secondly, because I also realized that you have to have a pretty large kitchen to pull that combination off. Especially how I had pictured it in my head. And I would much rather prefer a small and comfortable kitchen at this point, rather than a large and intimidating one.
But don’t get me wrong. I am not saying that we should not have colors inside the kitchen. I mean, just look at your shopping after coming back from the market! Talk about color. But now I consider that there is a much more sensible way of introducing color to your kitchen. Besides the ones that come from your food products. And that is through simple kitchen accessories.
If you want to go red, go subtle!
Now, the heading above may seem like an oxymoron. How can you use red but still make it subtle? And I am so glad you asked. Just take a look at the examples of products that I have below. First of all, they all belong in the kitchen. Secondly, they all come in red, with some minor exceptions here and there. But if you take a good look at what kind of products they are, you will realize what I am saying.
All of the products below are accessories that you can or can not have in the kitchen. They are not 100% required but they can be useful when used properly. They vary in sizes and in the level of usefulness, depending on how much and what you cook as an individual. But they can all make your dreams come true. Just by adding a touch of color into your kitchen.
I am not saying that you should buy all of them at once. You can just pick one or two but they will also make a difference. And this without spending a whole lot of money and putting yourself through the trouble of a remodel. Simple, easy, and just a few clicks away lies the kitchen (accessories) you’ve always dreamed of.
Today’s featured image comes from Dayne Topkin via Unsplash.