Switching out the window treatments in your kitchen can be a super quick and easy way to change up your decor. Have a decoration you’ve always loved, but the color just didn't go with the rest of your kitchen? Find a window treatment that brings that color in, or try something in your same kitchen colors with a new pattern. In this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winning kitchen, designer Cheryl Kees Clendenon installed a floral shade with grays and yellows to match the tile work and dishes already on display.
In this beautiful white kitchen, seen on HGTV's Sarah's House, vintage brackets are given a coat of light yellow paint and repurposed to create open shelving. Behind the countertop, the wall is dressed up with grey stone tile and a smaller tile accent strip. A mixed selection of white and colorful dishes, an antique kitchen scale a set of deer antlers add a rustic flair.
Gray and white hexagonal tiles fit together to create a full-wall backsplash in this retro inspired kitchen design. Floating shelves show off personal decor items as well as easily accessible dishes for everyday use. Dark yellow-brown bar chairs compliment the woodgrain finish of the lower cabinets and help ground the bright atmosphere.
Pops of yellow bring life to this charming breakfast room. A niche on one side of the room features built-in cabinets to store serverware and dishes, and a small flatscreen TV keeps guests informed during the morning hours.
Restaurant goers have a chance to take in the stunning Los Angeles views when sitting atop the outdoor terrace at Perch LA. Bronze outdoor armchairs with plush cushions are positioned around a gray brick fireplace, while yellow and blue Mediterranean tiles line the floor.
Of the villa's many rooms, this living space is perhaps the most colorful. A red striped sofa and yellow chairs complement the area rug and enliven the white walls, while framed photographs and dishes bring additional personality to the space.
This outdoor terrace at Perch LA — a French bistro in the heart of Los Angeles — features yellow and teal Mediterranean floor tiles. Cream colored stone archways are lined with green brick tiles, while several potted tropical plants complete the look of the space.
This soft yellow dining room features an elegant candelabra chandelier that hangs above a large oval dining table. Neutral upholstered chairs line the table and a grasscloth area rug is placed below. A glass front china cabinet displays dishes, while crown molding and wainscoting add finishing touches.
A wall of windows floods this casual dining room with tons of natural light. Traditional black Windsor dining chairs surround a rectangular wood table that is grounded by a pale yellow rug, while a dark wood built-in hutch offers storage space for dishes and glassware.
To add more personality and color to the space, this kitchen's blue retro-style double ovens were installed to give the homeowner plenty of ways to prepare meals for guests. The vent-a-hood above the ovens has scalloped edges, adding personality to an ordinary kitchen appliance. The glass front cabinets allow the homeowner to display her colorful dishes, while the counter is home to unique, colorful items such as a striped utensil holder and a yellow vase.