Raise your hand if you’re sick of the all-white look.

1. Mixing colors and materials gives this open kitchen plenty of character.

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2. A white ceiling and angled dormer windows provide contrast with the dark-painted cabinetry.

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3. A decadent dark green kitchen is accentuated by herringbone wood floors.

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4. A minimal Montreal kitchen ups the intrigue with a teal island and matching lowers.

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5. A grey-on-grey kitchen comes to life with bursts of tangerine.

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6. An artfully curated Brooklyn kitchen blends butcher block countertops, black cabinets and classic subway tile.

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7. Blue-grey cabinets are softened up by a natural wood island and skylights overhead.

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8. Rustic meets refined in this dairy barn-turned-kitchen with a blue patterned backsplash.

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9. A quirky kitchen with an industrial feel boasts sage cabinets and a ceramic tile floor.

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10. Cobalt blue cabinets and copper accessories are a match made in design heaven.

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11. A pale pink island and tropical print wallpaper really packs a punch in this Monogram kitchen.

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12. A narrow kitchen feels airy and organic thanks to sky blue lowers with leather pulls.

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13. Warm sapele cabinets and matching flooring gives this kitchen a West Coast vibe.

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14. Wood, stone and tile combine in a striking blue-green kitchen.

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15. Cheerful mustard cabinets add charm to a historic farmhouse kitchen.

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16. Emerald green cabinets, gold hardware and black marble countertops help create an ultra glam aesthetic in this L.A. kitchen.

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17. A black and white kitchen perks up with a cloud blue SMEG fridge and patterned ceramic tile.

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18. A dark, navy blue island makes a big impact in an otherwise small space.

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19. And finally, a chocolate brown townhome kitchen captures our attention with glass-front cabinets and crown moulding.

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