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Option 2: Break up neutrals with color. Here are two more colorful palettes that would pair well with the neutral countertop and tiles in the space. Clockwise from top left (all from Sherwin-Williams): Ryegrass SW6423, Daybreak SW6700, Agreeable Gray SW7029 and Luxurious Red SW6314. Jennifer Ott Design
3. What can update this outdated kitchen on a budget?Finally, we have this kitchen in janamladek's A-frame 1979 vacation home. The homeowner wants to replace the cabinet doors, perhaps adding glass inserts to the wall cabinet doors, and replace the dated countertop and backsplash. Jennifer Ott Design
Option 1: Butcher block and warm hues. Although the homeowner loves granite, she doesn't have the budget for it. Again, one of my go-to budget countertop materials is butcher block. It requires some attention to keep it looking great, but there are some terrific-looking yet affordable butcher block options available. I'd pair the warm butcher block countertop with a cabinet color that's a deep red with a touch of orange in it, such as Rosewood 190-6 from Mythic Paint. I'd then go with a lighter neutral hue for the backsplash, such as a glass tile in a light taupe.