Mostly A's: Your kitchen style is traditional. Use soft and muted colours such as white, cream, taupe, light grey or green. Using elements of traditional design lets you mix and match the layers of detail, including colour and texture.
Mostly B's: Your kitchen style is transitional. Stick with white and black colours, which transitions any way you like. You can paint the walls tan or brown for an in-between touch. Opt for clean-lined cabinetry and accent it with reclaimed-wood beams on the ceiling. You can freely use as many textures as you want.
Mostly C's: Your kitchen style is contemporary. You believe in high functionality. Consider a clean look with trim details and simple mouldings. Horizontal lines and asymmetry is the key. Tile and countertop surfaces that are neutral in colour will suit your style.