White kitchens have gotten all the attention for years now, but it's time to consider other options. Yellow infuses a kitchen with brightness and energy (especially important if you're lacking in natural light), which means it'll be a space everyone wants to hang out in. Whether you want to go crazy bold or keep it subtle, we've got some ideas for you.
Glimpses of aqua are a cool contrast to the custom Moorish tiles in this laid-back kitchen in Vero Beach, Florida. The kitchen's overall design was inspired by the colors of the Caribbean.
The tile backsplash was the inspiration for the coordinating yellow-glazed walls in a Naples, Florida, kitchen. Red stools make it feel even more vibrant.
In a New Mexico adobe kitchen, a sunbaked custom paint makes a dramatic backdrop for pottery.
Bold yellow tiles brighten up the kitchen of a Mexican Hacienda. Wood accents help it feel a bit more rustic.
Yellow walls and an even brighter citron table brought this white-and-gray Charlotte, North Carolina, kitchen to life. Dark brown floors were painted with a large geometric pattern to make it feel lighter.
The French feel comes through thanks to marble counters, bistro counter stools, scalloped hood, and light yellow tile.
Douglas fir on floors and cabinets contrasts perfectly with the pale yellow backsplash in this kitchen.
This homey kitchen gets a retro feel with yellow paint. The color unifies both rooms — and livens them up. You can't look away, can you?
Though this kitchen has a classic, timeless quality, it gets a few fun pops of color to keep it from being staid and predictable, like the bright valance and glass tile backsplash.
A yellow ikat Roman shade adds a sunny touch to an otherwise neutral, muted kitchen.