Gold, Butter, Cream A not-too-scary step up from beige, this bathed-in-sunshine palette is cheerful, warm, and comforting. We’re drawn to yellow because it’s a happy color. But, says Ashcraft, “golden tones are easier to work with than lemony tones, which can be too intense and have a ‘highlighter’ effect.”
The Preserve, Kiawah Island. Buffington Homes South Carolina.
Cabinets with differing heights and finishes suggest the kitchen evolved over time, which is what drew the homeowners to the country French style. By scouring antiques shops and thrift stores, the homeowners collected old doors, shutters, and the plaster piece that now takes center stage on the range hood.
No more deep nastiness under the sink