Have a look at the lilac kitchen of Denise McGaha, one of Silestone Trendspotters.
Denise worked with Cosentino, Kohler and Benjamine Moore in the design of her trendy kitchen, which sports different tones of purple throughout.
She chose multiple shades of plum and lavender, such as Benjamin Moore’s 2017 Color of the Year, Shadow. Staying within the same color family keeps the space from looking overbearing. Also it works perfectly with the greenery outdoors to keep it from feeling too formal or stuffy.
The beautiful gold veining of the Silestone Calacatta countertop blends perfectly with the metallic patterned tiles on the wall. .
Kohler's faucet and sink also complement the look; the design of the faucet even adds a slight rustic touch.
A black faucet against a black countertop — Silestone Charcoal Soapstone — keeps everything on the countertop looking seamless and compatible.