With so many paint colors for kitchens, it can be hard to choose the right one for your home.
Follow our guide below for four fun kitchen paint color options for every decorating aesthetic.
Kitchen colors don't have to be neutral. Sunny yellow walls give your kitchen a bright and cheery feel. Blonde Beauty works beautifully in smaller kitchens, making the space seem bigger and more open. This shade works best with grey and white accents to give your entire kitchen a soft, inviting vibe.
Contemporary kitchens are known for their clean, sleek appearances. If you want this look but also want your white counters and cabinets to stand out, try light grey walls. Thin Ice is just different enough to provide contrast without breaking up the modern feel. This shade also works as a pleasing neutral for country kitchens.
Haunting Hue adds a crisp and clean look to any kitchen, no matter what cabinets and counters you pick. Its soft appearance works great in farmhouse kitchens and in cute cottage kitchens. A pale blue is a good way to incorporate color into your home without looking too intense or wild.
Cool kitchen colors like blues and greens tend to give the room a relaxing aura and make your kitchen look inviting. That's why a pale robin's egg blue color is great if you have anxiety about cooking or hate mornings. Eating breakfast in a cool blue kitchen will make you feel calm even if you're running late.
Warm tones, especially intense red shades, are shown to stimulate the appetite. Grenadine will make any color of cabinets stand out, but looks especially amazing with white. Choose white cabinets with quaint hardware for a country cottage feel or pick sleek and shiny white cabinets without handles for a more modern look. If you're scared of painting your entire kitchen a bright shade, start with an accent wall.
These four paint colors for kitchens are just jumping off points for decorating your space. Decide what sort of decorating scheme you want for your kitchen and use our tips to go from there.
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