If you’ve been following the Bailey Company blog, you might have seen my previous posts featuring paint color ideas for bedrooms and bathrooms. Today we’re moving on to yet another room: the all-important kitchen. Considered by many to be the heart of the house, the kitchen is where your family cooks, eats, entertains, and maybe even relaxes, plays, or completes homework. It can be a tricky space to work with though, as far as paint colors go, because (1) it is often connected to the living room or dining room and (2) your chosen paint color needs to complement not only the floors but the cabinets, countertops, and appliances too. But if you’re on the hunt for paint colors for kitchens, you’ve come to the right place! Scan through our ideas and see if any call out to you. These aren’t the only good-looking paint colors for kitchens, but hopefully they’ll get your creative juices flowing and lead you in the right direction.
Paint Colors for Kitchens
Bright and cheery yellow is a great option for any room, especially one that doesn’t receive a lot of natural light. As with all paint colors for kitchens, I’d recommend you choice a muted shade because paint tends to look brighter on the wall than it does in person. Mustard yellow will work better than lemon yellow.
A similar choice, this soft key lime would be perfect for any Floridian home or anyone just dreaming of Florida. It pops well against white cabinets and adds a sense of vibrancy.
Another great choice for those Floridian dreamers, a light apricot color pairs well with lighter cabinets and white accents. Not a color for the faint of heart, this shade is best for those who want a sunny kitchen that will brighten up their spirits each morning.
You can’t go wrong with a muted blue-green—not in my book! This shade works well with a variety of accent colors and materials (whites, blacks, grays, woods) and isn’t so saturated that it calls unnecessary attention to itself. Echoing the natural beauty of the sea and sky, this color works well in just about any room of the house.
For the daring amongst us, why not try a deep navy blue? Velvety and rich, this shade would work best in a large, airy kitchen that won’t appear to shrink in its dark hue. And if you want to take it even further, consider a gray or black shade for the kitchen. With the right accessories and complementary cabinets and countertops, any of these dark colors will make your kitchen appear luxe, sophisticated, and edgy.
Finally, the last of our paint colors for kitchens is a classic: taupe! Beige and off-white are fine choices as well, but I decided to feature taupe because it adds a little more depth and elegance. Pairing well with a variety of materials, as all neutrals do, taupe is the perfect option for homes with open floor plans.
I hope at least one of these paint colors for kitchens struck your fancy or at least steered you in the right direction! And if you’re in need of more kitchen remodeling ideas, be sure to check out this past post on countertop ideas.
With great pleasure we will be able to establish to you iphone monitoring software if your neighbor. I will assume that he is a hamster. If he not against. It is also possible to establish cell phone tracking software so he wouldn’t learn about it.