Choosing a Dominant Color
One of the keys to a successful tri-tone kitchen is choosing a dominant color. This color will be the focus of the space and will help to tie the other colors together. In this case, we suggest using Painted Sage as the dominant color. While Maple Spice and Painted Linen are both neutral colors, Painted Sage is more unique and will add visual interest to the space.
Balancing the Colors
Once you've chosen a dominant color for your tri-tone kitchen, it's important to find balance among the other two colors. One way to achieve balance is by using white as a contrast color for your upper cabinets. This creates a visual break and prevents the white from overpowering the other colors. For your base and pantry cabinets in sage green, consider incorporating Maple Spice in small doses, such as on the island or on floating shelves. This helps to tie the different colors together and create a cohesive look. When selecting hardware and fixtures, choose a metal finish that complements the warm tones of the Maple Spice.