Paint Colors to Make Your Kitchen Pop.

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03.12.2019

Choosing which color to paint your kitchen can be surprisingly complex, especially when you’re faced with seemingly endless options at your local hardware store. That’s why we pooled together a few of our favorite kitchen looks to bring you major Pinterest inspiration and to help make your decision a little easier.

High Contrast

Bring some contrast to your kitchen with cabinet paint. Try black lower cabinets and white upper cabinets for a look that really pops. While painting a part of the room pitch black sounds intimidating, if you go with a charcoal color the cabinets might end up looking navy blue, so it’s better to go all in. If you’re still not convinced try a deep green tone for a dark, rustic look.

Turn up the Heat

Stainless steel remains one of the most popular choices for kitchen appliances. This provides the perfect opportunity to play around with deep, dark colors to add a hint of dramatic flair to the room. Deep reds pair especially nice with stainless steel, but they can get a little overwhelming. If you don’t want to commit to painting the whole kitchen red you can get the same dynamic effect by painting just one wall or with a red tile backsplash.

Neutral Base

Neutral colors tend to get a bad rep for being “too boring”, however, a soft warm gray can work wonders for a white kitchen. A calm neutral backdrop allows you to accessorize with bright, bold elements that might otherwise feel like overkill. In addition, grays allow for endless accent colors and complement many stone countertops.

Pop of Color

If you’re looking to bring a little fun to your space adding contrast to lower cabinets or an island can do the trick. Look for an accent color that can be scattered throughout the room like a nice blue or a galactic gray.

Think Quartz

Finding the perfect paint color to match your quartz countertops can be difficult. Luckily,

there’s a simple trick to help you choose the right color on your first try. For a natural look select one of the small flecks of stone and use it as inspiration for your paint color. If you’re looking for something a bit more dramatic choose a color from the stone and find its opposite or “complementary color” to use for your paint color.

Conclusion

When it comes to paint colors the possibilities are endless, Design Tech Remodeling, LLC is here to help. Visit our website or give us a call for assistance choosing the perfect color to help bring your kitchen to life.

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