Patriotic Design Palettes
It’s almost that time of year where the sparklers come out, the fireworks start popping, and the patriotic pride is on display everywhere you turn. Yes, you guessed it. It’s almost time for Fourth of July! Well, here at Kitchen Design Concepts we are feeling a little excited and patriotic this fourth, so we created some red, white, and blue design palettes that’s not only tasteful but would look great in any space! Are you feeling patriotic yet? Take a look at some of out favorite Fourth of July inspired looks!
What’s fun and exciting about using the Fourth of July as inspiration for patriotic design in your space, is that you can choose to either be bold or more subtle. In this example we have a fearless and bold design palette! We love the strong and deep red color in the cabinets, coupled with the bold blue specs in the countertop, and the balance of the white beveled backsplash. It’s all-American if you ask me!
The Land of The Free
A more subtle approach to using a patriotic design palette is to use red, white and bue as inspiration. As can be seen below, we have the red-tone of the cabinetry, the blue comes from the specs in the accent backsplash, and the white is from the main field tile. Love this subtle approach to patriotic design!
The Home of The Brave
Don’t you just love how well these colors look together? The bold and brave red, the creamy marble, the contrasting blue, and the crisp white. You can’t go wrong with this classic color combination.
Another beautiful and subtle example of patriotic design. The earthy red stain of the cabinets, coupled with the soft blue of the backsplash tile, and the lively quartz (that resembles the look of marble) creates a wonderful and playful palette.
It’s Independence Day!
To really celebrate the Fourth, we leave you with a bold and fearless design palette. Lively and shiny red cabinetry, bold and glossy blue backsplash, and white countetops with a hint sparkle. It can’t get anymore American than this! Also, for us Texans, this palette almost looks like the Texas flag, do you see it? 🙂
We wish everyone a happy and safe Fourth of July next week!