We all wish we were Bobby, the interior designer from Queer Eye. Wouldn’t it be nice to walk into any space and know exactly where to start? Designing any room—especially your kitchen—can feel overwhelming at first. But it really doesn’t have to be! There are a few tricks of the trade that you can adapt to make the process as painless and enjoyable as possible.
We’ve always said that the countertop is the centerpiece of your kitchen. The color you choose for your surface area will set the mood for the rest of the space. But before you refer to that thick Pantone™ book and start holding up every color in the known universe, take a step back and recognize that you first need to decide on how you want the space to feel. Deciding on a hue before landing on a specific color will help you narrow down your selection.
We’ve separated each Vadara color into 4 main categories of hue: Cool colors, warm colors, neutral colors, and whites. Here’s how each one breaks down: