Planning a kitchen remodel or upgrade? You need to pay special attention to the colors. Here are the hottest kitchen paint ideas you should consider.
The second most common home remodeling project is a kitchen remodel. It comes in just behind a redo of the bathroom. Are you a person who judges a home by those two spaces?
Are you looking at your kitchen and thinking it needs some updating? You can freshen it up by considering adding one of the latest kitchen color schemes.
What are your favorite kitchen colors? Would you consider choosing from the most popular kitchen colors or do you have your own kitchen color ideas?
If you are the type that likes to stay with the trends, you’ll want to stick around for these kitchen paint ideas. The hottest kitchen paint colors can make you fall in love with your space all over again.
5 Hot Kitchen Paint Ideas You Have to See
Are we moving past neutral, gray or white kitchens? 2019 has seen the addition of color into the latest kitchen redos. The pros over at Wall Works can show you how a little paint can transform the look of your kitchen. Let’s take a look at the hottest trends.
1. Natural, Earthy Shades
Who isn’t obsessed with succulents these days? Using colors drawn from these amazing plants can give your kitchen a calming, natural feel.
Incorporate woodland shades and the beautiful green tones of your favorite succulents. Try Sherwin Williams Privilege Green paired with wood flooring and stainless steel hardware and appliances.
Throw a mushroom color paint on the walls like Sherwin Williams Shiitake. A very zen kitchen will result in the center of your home.
2. Jewel Tones
Did you hold out and hang onto your dark-colored cabinets when everyone else was painting their cabinets white?
Consider adding some jewel tones like blue and green with your dark brown cabinets. A mosaic backsplash perhaps? Or an accent wall? Seattle Haze by Valspar may be just what you need to create the perfect jewel-tone color scheme for your kitchen update.
3. Light, Muted Pinks
Think beautiful blush pink or peach combined with dark accent colors. Designers are putting this color on walls, cabinets, pantry doors, you name it.
If you are not ready to go full-on pink, consider using it on chair cushions, placemats or wall decor.
Farrow and Ball have a “romantic” shade called Sulking Room Pink that is not overpowering and it conveys a very soothing feeling.
4. Red and White
Always classic… red walls, white cabinets, and white quartz countertops. If it’s a contemporary look you desire, this is the way to go.
You can even spice things up by painting your island Caliente by Benjamin Moore to make it pop. Red can be tricky so do some research ahead of time.
This is a great color if you like a Southwestern flair. Terracotta emits a warm feeling. If you already have some gray in your kitchen and just want to freshen things up, this color pairs well with it. Give it a try!
Is It Time for an Addition of Color in Your Kitchen?
Now that you’ve seen some of the latest trends in kitchen paint ideas, which one will work with the overall design of your home? Visit my other blog articles for helpful painting advice.