Kitchen Rework style and design recommendations
To start with of all, I like your cabinetry. I would not stain people, but keep them as is. Whenever you have high quality, you should maintain it and these cupboards are high quality.
One of the significant things that dates your residence ideal now is the lights and the cabinet components. They are “contemporary” from the 1990’s or it’s possible 2000’s. They just day the full appear and really don’t truly function with the property and the wood. Thankfully those are quick issues to improve. I’ve got extra on this under.
The following is your countertop and backsplash. I know you reported you want to go light, so I have some possibilities for you, underneath.
For the countertop, backsplash and paint in the kitchen I would make individuals all one particular creamy white colour. It wants to be a heat white to work with the floor in this scenario.
Taj Mahal quartzite is a normal stone merchandise and has some subtle, very motion that would appear very good on your counters there. It varies a whole lot, but normally has some heat veining and then has a cream and warm grey general tone. I consider it would work very well with your cabinets.
I am recommending that you paint the walls below, as that is a reasonably economical resolve and will enable tone down all the gold tones you are observing. You could do a backsplash in a long, linear subway tile, I’d stack it (not do a subway brick fashion lay) so it will study extra contemporary. You could also just do the splash out of the slab materials.
For wall paint, I would do SW 7568 Neutral Floor. It is a heat light-weight colour and in the lights I have below, will mix with the tile and function with the Taj Mahal. Definitely, you would have to check all these in your personal residence to see how they appear and if you like them. It seems to be like you have a lot of inexperienced outside, so you may well get some of that reflection indoors, changing the coloration a little bit.
Yet another possibility for paint with Taj Mahal is Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter. It is a light warm grey, it just depends on the coloration course you prefer. It appears to be terrific with Taj Mahal ordinarily.