White kitchen cabinets are still mainstream in kitchen design, but these days we are noticing an uptick in the utilization of other colors and natural wood grains in remodeling and refacing projects. To help inspire your kitchen renovation project, we have gathered some of the most exclusive kitchen cabinet color choices for your kitchen:
Maintenance-free wooden grain kitchen cabinets
Wood grain cabinet doors bring in natural warmth back to the kitchen. And you can gain the look of real wood with the convenience of maintenance-free laminate doors, available in an alluring variety of colors and styles that will continue to look beautiful for years to come.
Classic cabinet styles with blue
Cabinet refacing is a good way to blend more color into your kitchen, but some homeowners have reservations about bold, and especially dark textured hues. The skill to using color in your kitchen design is to select a single shade as the base of your color palette to utilize as an accent color or as part of a two-tone cabinet combo.
Double tone kitchen design
It is a fun way to experiment with colors, especially in smaller spaces. We suggest pairing lighter upper cabinets with a darker color for the bottom cabinets to make your kitchen design more aesthetic. Darker hues tend to be simple to keep looking clean, and lower cabinets tend to get the most mess and harder wear in the kitchen.
Grey cabinets are visually appealing
Homeowners who choose something other than white, but still want to enjoy a neutral color, often find a hue they admire in gray. This warm and inviting option of cabinet color allows for inspiring pairings with countertops and backsplashes.
A simple color change can update your kitchen in a major way. The right shade of grey, for example, can turn the room from drab to sleek and sophisticated. Finessing the right hue of red, meanwhile, can take it from lackluster to perfectly dramatic.
Picking the right shades for a room in your home can be an arduous and frustrating task — especially if you’re picking something for your kitchen cabinets
. What if you go through all those steps to paint your cabinets and you end up hating the color? What if you wished you had picked a more white white than a cream white? People say you can always paint again, but that’s a lot of work!
1. White and dark gray
It’s important to keep in mind how much natural light your space gets before deciding on paint colors. White and a rich, dark gray are my favorite colors to use in a kitchen.
2. Crisp white
It is a nice clean, crisp white that works really well in any kitchen. It allows other design elements to stand out as a focal point, such as the blue stove in the above kitchen, or a warm wood island.
3. Understated grey
When it comes to kitchens, I never tire of bright, white spaces. It’s a classic look that stands the test of time and allows your furniture (and food!) to be the hero of the room. That being said, I love adding a subtle contrast to strong white walls with grey for the cabinetry.