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By Lisa FrederickMore in Kitchen
When combining different hues in a kitchen, you don't always have to go for high drama. In this kitchen, the upper shelves wear an ever-so-slightly paler version of the citron yellow hue that cloaks the base cabinets. The lighter color on top helps to open up the space and prevent the shelves from feeling too weighty, and the overall look is cohesive and gentle.
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