Rustic Kitchen Colors

Three paint colors to add a personal touch to an enduring trend

Rustic Kitchen Colors

Rustic Kitchen Paint Color

One of the most enduring and popular trends is rustic kitchen colors.

These rustic kitchen colors can make your home feel like a charming farmhouse no matter where it’s located. If you are ready to embrace this aesthetic, you can work the farmhouse look subtly or boldly in your home with these inspiring farmhouse colors. Whether you're looking for country kitchen colors or something even more rustic, the kitchen paint colors below will help you find the right color scheme for your rustic kitchen look.

Warm and Bright Yellows

Warm and Bright Yellows

A creamy, buttery yellow like Crescent Moon is reminiscent of a lovely, summer day and is one of the easiest colors to incorporate in a kitchen. Darker yellows can look brassy and may overwhelm smaller rooms. Yellows pair well with counters and cabinets of virtually every material and color. Accessories in bright colors can make the room seem even lighter.

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Classic Farmhouse Reds

Classic Farmhouse Reds

When people think of farms and farmhouses, they often think of bright interior paint color schemes, and vibrant red paint colors like Sienna Red. Warm reds set the scene for a cheery kitchen where everyone feels welcome, and pitching in seems like second nature. Charming accessories like roosters and chickens pair well with bright reds. Crisp white curtains, lighter cabinets, and counters will keep the room from feeling overly garish.

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Blue and Whites

Blue and Whites

One of the most popular color schemes in the rustic kitchen trend is pairing a primitive or understated blue like Lost at Sea with creamy white. This color combination gives your kitchen an aged look, is perfect for walls that are not in pristine shape. The more imperfections in your kitchen, the more realistic this color combination looks. Even in a new build, you could walk into your kitchen and think you are walking back in time. Simple cabinets with chicken wire fronts and mismatched dinnerware adds to the appeal of these colors.

Rustic colors can gradually be introduced to your kitchen. Starting with a small area can be a great way to try the colors out before committing to the entire room. Or, launch our online Room Visualizer to test different colors on your kitchen walls.

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