Hilary Farr’s Pro Tip For Matching Cabinets, Counters & Backsplash

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To help the homeowners better visualize how their finished kitchen would look, Hilary Farr skipped arranging the small samples on a flat lay and instead positioned them as they would appear in the space. That means the countertop slab was set down flat, the backsplash sample was propped on top of it vertically, and Farr held up the cabinet sample vertically over the backsplash tile. While she typically gravitates towards neutrals when choosing stunning kitchen finishes, errors can still be made in the color choices.  

This tip will not only help you envision the space better but will also help you see if the colors go well together. Not only that, but it will also help you see if the undertones match. In the video, Farr mentioned the backsplash has a pinkish undertone, which is warm. That means it would be best if the counter and cabinet undertones were also warm, which they were. You would be able to quickly see if they weren’t if they were arranged in this way, prompting you to choose another sample. While you can balance warm and cool undertones, it’s sometimes tricky to do, which is why it’s best to match them instead.

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