Frequently an aged kitchen merely needs to have its appeal reinvigorated. The good news is that if you have an aged kitchen that demands a blast of charm and color, you don’t need to go through complicated and time-consuming stripping and refinishing; you can rejuvenate the look of your kitchen more easily. The below suggestions will help you create the look you want in your kitchen, without the hard work that is often involved in refurbishing kitchen cabinets.
An older kitchen with all white cabinets and old-fashioned black and white wall and counter tile can speak about the past with retro charm. Cheerful yellow paint can brighten up this color scheme. If you’re lucky enough to have curved corner shelves, outline the edge in a perky blue.
You can add an open shelf trimmed in the same blue above the kitchen sink to display collectibles, coffee tins, vintage vases, and the addition of blue and white checkered curtains on kitchen windows adds retro polish. Keep the color going with brightly patterned ceramic canisters on the counter.
A bare wall can be dressed up with a spice rack or a wooden shelf that is either painted blue or trimmed in blue. This color scheme is ideal for a number of themes, from Tuscan accents and sunflowers to roosters and cherries.