Because all-white kitchens are boring.

1. Olive green pairs well with matte-black hardware.

olive

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2. Millennial Pink looks trendy with leather drawer pulls.

pink

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3. Emerald green is complemented by gold fixtures.

emerald

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4. Navy blue is classic and refined.

navy blue

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5. Buttercup yellow feels warm and welcoming.

yellow

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6. Sage green is decidedly different.

sage

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7. Powder blue gives off a calming vibe.

light blue

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8. Dark cyan is a daring choice.

blue-green

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9. Burnt orange lacquer looks sleek and modern.

orange

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10. Inky black makes a bold impact.

inky black

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11. Stormy blue feels effortlessly cool.

blue-grey

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12. Cherry red is surprising and playful.

cherry red

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13. Mushroom is almost a neutral.

mushroom

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14. Lilac purple doesn’t get the credit it deserves.

purple island

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15. And finally, grey-green looks masterfully moody.

moody

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