5 Favorites: Bold Color Zoning in the Kitchen
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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.