Kitchen Color Schemes With Dark Cabinets

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Kitchen Color Schemes With Dark Cabinets

Posted by Brissette Amabelle on Monday, 2 December, 2019 09:51:38

Choosing kitchen cabinet paint color is about as personal as it gets, and it will make or break how you feel each time you step into your kitchen. The best way to narrow down a decision is to look at color palettes from various paint manufacturers and see which colors stand out for you.

5 Top Wall Colors For Kitchens With Oak Cabinets As a Home Stager & Color Consultant, I see a lot of Oak cabinets and my goal is to make them look fresh and updated. Sometimes it's as simple as choosing the right color for the walls.

The all-white kitchen has dominated Pinterest boards since, well, the beginning of Pinterest—and with good reason. Layers of classic white hues, as well as gorgeous grays and creamy neutrals, are always going to make for an elegant, timeless kitchen. But for those of you who are in the mood for a heaping helping of bold color in the kitchen, 2019 is the year for fresh kitchen trends.

More and more homeowners are opting out of the popular all-white or wood-brown cabinet styles to try out grey painted kitchen cabinets. One common reason why homeowners avoid grey is the color's association with dullness, modesty, and boredom. However, any other color scheme can also be given these attributes.

Although there are many black, white and colored appliances on the market today, stainless steel is still the most popular choice, says Bob Garner, Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer, President of the National Kitchen and Bath Association. This is undoubtedly one reason that deep, dark paint colors are becoming more popular for kitchens.

View in gallery Create a cohesive décor by matching the appliances with the cabinets View in gallery Very subtle shades of gray look good in country-style kitchens Pair gray cabinets with warm colors and materials. Gray can appear austere and cold compared to other colors and in a room such as the kitchen which is supposed to be warm and inviting, using this tone can be tricky.