It doesn't matter how big or small your culinary space is; it's where people connect over conversation and, yes, lots of food. So it's about time that you give it the makeover it deserves. Adding swanky hardware or open shelving are easy ways to improve your kitchen's look, but if you want to go the extra mile, consider painting your cabinets.
Not only will selecting the colors of your kitchen give your space a well-appointed edge, but it will also change the mood almost instantaneously. Problem is, there are simply too many hues — and a laundry list of nuanced shades within each color family — to choose from. To help, we're narrowing down the search to eight chic kitchen cabinet colors. Whether you want to keep it classic with an au courant greige or dare to be bold with a bright red, there's bound to be something here for you.
Kitchen Cabinet Color to Try: Green
When it comes to your cabinets, it turns out that it's very easy being green. The hunter green set in this kitchen designed by Jaclyn Peters is an easy way to bring the great outdoors inside. Plus, your cabinets will pair nicely with your fave kale salad or a heaping bowl of guacamole. For a modern edge, pair your cabinetry with matte black hardware.
Kitchen Cabinet Color to Try: White
Kitchen Cabinet Color to Try: Blue
Let's be honest: Creating a multi-course meal for your annual dinner party is stressful enough, which is why it's more important than ever to keep calm and carry on in the kitchen. The sky blue hue that Shea from Studio McGee chose for this bright space acts as a serene backdrop for all the chaos you'll be whipping up to create your culinary masterpiece.
Kitchen Cabinet Color to Try: Gray
Kitchen Cabinet Color to Try: Greige
Kitchen Cabinet Color to Try: Yellow
Kitchen Cabinet Color to Try: Black
Kitchen Cabinet Color to Try: Red
Love to experiment with new, mouthwatering recipes? Convey your fiery passion with the color of your cabinets. Often associated with passion and emotion, the color red is also used by fast food chains because it's known to kickstart your appetite. However, the bold hue can also run the risk of overwhelming a small space. So follow the lead of Catriona Burns Architects and strike a balance between subtle and statement by pairing the bold shade with warm wood and simple fixtures.