Deciding on a Different Color Scheme
Selecting a different color for your kitchen can be a challenge, even in cities like Atlanta and Alpharetta,but choosing the right color combination can take a room from just ordinary to a spectacular one. Especially in Atlanta granite countertops are the perfect base for today’s busy kitchen. If you like to change things frequently it is best to choose a neutral colored granite that can go with many different themes and styles. This is the best option if you don’t have a lot of time for decorating or if you are lazy granite counters can help you completely update the look of the kitchen with quick, simple and affordable decorative items. You can even change your kitchen from season to season! Below are some ideas to get you going.
Have a good time and also understand that you do not have to adhere to current design and color concepts in order to achieve a plan. Color is an individual preference when it relates to decorating your house, so you have to choose exactly what feels right to you. Paint is actually cost-effective and can also be matched to practically any shade. Experiment with dark as well as light colors. Take into account the furniture, flooring as well as the countertops in the room. For example, if you have dark wood furniture choose lighter tones for the wall or else the room will seem too dark. The color of the walls will enhance the prominent tone of a room. Browse through paint stores and see what stands out to you. Collect paint sample cards and take them home to see how it may look on your walls. For a unique look, consider combining colors in various hues- the effect is stunning and looks like a professional designed it.
Look around the internet for ideas and inspiration for simple tips but for locating top quality granite in Atlanta or Alpharetta. You can have a kitchen legacy- granite countertops can last a lifetime!
Support Atlanta Art: Ludacris hosts private screening of ‘Storks’ in Atlanta
The event was well attended with local celebrities, influencers, media personalities and bloggers such as: Ludacris (host) and his wife Eudoxie Bridges; Karma Bridges, Ludacris’ oldest daughter;Monyetta Shaw (VH1’s “Atlanta Exes”) and Ne-Yo’s children; Sarah-Elizabeth L. Reed, first lady, City of Atlanta; Tameka Foster-Raymond, VH1’s “Atlanta Exes” and Usher’s children; Sarah ViVan, on-air personality on WSTR-HD3-FM, and Lil Wayne’s son Tuney; and Maria More (on-air personality on WAMJ-FM.