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Soapstone counters and buttery walls. A classic farmhouse sink, a subway tile backsplash and butter-yellow walls are charming with cherry cabinets. Vermont soapstone counters offer contrast to keep the look crisp. Keep in mind that walls in the yellow range can make lighter oak cabinets look washed out — the lighter butter yellow works here because the cabinets are a richer hue. Crown Point Cabinetry
Marble counters and white subway tile. If you have naturally beautiful wood in your kitchen, like these reclaimed chestnut cabinets, consider complementing them with marble counters and white subway tile. Dark grout with white subway tile is more sophisticated than white — and easier to keep looking clean. Repeat the dark grout color with dark cabinet hardware and a black light fixture. Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
Wild card: charcoal walls. If you love deep, dark colors, charcoal walls in the kitchen can be striking. You might worry that darker walls in the kitchen might be too much, but most kitchens actually don’t have much wall space to paint, particularly if there are upper cabinets — so the darker color won’t overwhelm.