The total price will depend on the final product features you select
However, there’s no rule that accent colors have to be confined to the lower cabinets. This kitchen pulls off a happy peach right at eye level because the shade is light and not too aggressive, and the remaining cabinets and walls are bright white. The overall effect is definitely captivating, and if you love color, it’s not too much to live with. Savvy Cabinetry by Design
Navy on WoodAs I’ve mentioned on Houzz before, navy and blue-green hues are excellent for adding color that’s still neutral enough to effortlessly mix with other shades. The blue cabinets and orangey wood hutch are technically complementary tones (blue and orange are opposite on the color wheel), but since both are near-neutral, the effect feels lively without being wild. Karen Ellentuck. ASID
By using navy, wood and white (or other simple neutrals like gray or beige), you can create a kitchen scheme with plenty of variety that still hangs together as one statement. Simply look for natural dividing points to start and stop each finish: white uppers, darker lowers and a full wall of wood is an easy formula for mix-matching success.