Find ways to spice up your kitchen with sassy hues, trendy techniques and fresh color combos.
By Lisa FrederickMore in Kitchen
W. David Seidel
These days, we have more freedom than ever to break design rules, and that includes conventional notions about colors that do and don't work together. A slice of shocking pink shakes up the retro red-and-yellow palette in this kitchen. It's the last color many people might think to add, yet its energy spins the more muted tones in a different, wholly appealing direction.
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