Do you find the purple color really inspiring? Well, if yes, then how about designing purple kitchens. People generally avoid purple color while designing the kitchen because it is an unusual color. Let me tell you, unusual colors such as purple can easily add a lot of pop and vibrancy to your kitchen.
Using the purple color to design a kitchen will guarantee that you décor will remain unique and distinct. As purple is an odd color, you can paint the walls of the kitchen in solid purple color. The right way to introduce the color by walls is to mix the shade with another neutral color. You may paint all the walls in ivory and paint one wall in purple and white stripes or polka dots. Purple also looks good with yellow and beige/coffee color.
Pick purple color textiles for the window treatment. If you find solid purple curtains too harsh, you may consider introducing purple printed textiles.
Add accessories in the kitchen featuring purple color tone. Hang purple pendant lights above the countertop or display purple color coffee mugs on the shelves. The fabric for the cushion of the chairs may also be selected in bright purple color.
Try hanging a purple color artwork on the walls. Close up pictures of grapes, plums, blackberry or wine bottles will assist you to emphasize the purple color theme in a sophisticated and stylish manner.
Clear tall vases filled with fresh/artificial lavender or orchid flowers may also be placed on the corner most shelf or top of the kitchen cabinets to add a splash of color along elegance in the room and also highlight the purple theme.