Question We are doing a complete kitchen remodle. I'm going with a white or almond distressed or glazed cabinets. I am leaning toward dark counters and dark floors. Dark being almost blackish(should i go with the green/black) on the counter and a tile floor that is a natural rough tile that has hues ranging from dark greens to blackish tones. A portion of 1 wall is the back of a red brick fireplace. It will be flanked on each side by pantry cabinets.there will be an opening on each side leading to a dining room with a traditional hardwood floor that would but up to the tile floor. The other end will flank a carpeted family room in tone of green. What do you think of this color scheme?
Answer The green/black combination will give you a more coordinated, planned look. I'd opt for that. You don't mention wall color. Don't leave the walls white with this scheme. Paint them at the very least a taupe (Glidden's Toasty Grey is my favorite) or use a complimentary green.
PS: In case you wonder why I recommend this, it's because the white and black will absolutely cause too much contrast with no background color.
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