Kitchen paint colors we love
Add a splash of color
Kitchens in browns and neutral colors tend to be the most appealing kitchen color palettes. We love neutral tones because they allows for more options. When creating a backsplash and choosing counter tops, a neutral paint color works best because you can then add a variety of shades, tones and colors in the granite and tile. For instance, black granite counter tops enhance shades of brown. Copper and brass accents work well with light brown wood stained cabinets. When looking for a classic and elegant kitchen, khaki paint will help set that tone.
If you are searching for an inviting and energizing color, red is the way to go! Warmer colors tend to make you feel hungry, which might not be great for a diet, but it will be great when it comes to entertaining your guests and family. What we love most about red is the ability to use it multiple ways. From a full, bright red kitchen to a muted red accent wall, the shades are almost endless. Home Renovation Guide shares a few tips on painting your accent wall or considering painting other areas in the room to create a grand effect. Red paint also complements many wood tones, which helps with cabinet selection. Not into reds? Consider orange as an alternate to red with the same inviting effect.
A white kitchen represents a clean and fresh environment. If you have china, serving dishes or a special collection of items to display, a white color palette is best to work with. The colors and patterns from your collections will make for a stronger presence against a white wall. Floral and colored serving dishes can also serve as a secondary color palette for your space. What we love most about white is how it works so well with stainless steel appliances. A fresh white wall, stainless steel appliances like the complete kitchen solution from LG and the ability to display your treasured items each help to create a beautiful and crisp kitchen.
Yellow is a cheerful color that will brighten any kitchen. Similar to the effects a red kitchen gives, yellow is also an appetite stimulator. A sunny shade equates to comfort as well. Family and friends will easily settle into your kitchen to enjoy a meal. What we love most about yellow is the way it makes a room appear to be larger. If you are trying to make your kitchen or dining area a little more cozy or you are working with a slightly smaller space, yellow would be a great consideration.