Kitchen wall colors ebb and flow in popularity, just like many other aspects of interior design. Even for homeowners not following style trends, a change of paint color can be refreshing and inspiring. But where to begin?
If you’re stuck trying to pick a wall paint color, the latest and greatest in interior design trends can help. Here are some of the big trends in kitchen wall colors to consider for your next renovation:
Blue is known to be a calming hue, and that can make it an excellent choice for the busiest room in your home. With a simple countertop and backsplash, you can add vibrant, deep ocean blue to your walls or kitchen cabinets. To enhance the blue hue, try pairing with brass hardware and natural wood.
Peach is both a soft and exciting color, bringing summer breezes and abundance to the imagination. Try incorporating a soft peach tone into your kitchen and enjoy the instant brightness and whimsy it brings to the space.
“Millennial pink” is still a trendy hue, but a much lighter pastel shade can make a splendid addition to your kitchen design. Worried about your kitchen appearing like a pastry shop? Keep the pale pink grounded with dark wood tones and black accents to create a hip yet clean aesthetic.
Neutrals have always been the go-to for kitchens, and for good reason. Neutrals are easy to combine with other decorative elements and textures, and tend to please a wide variety of tastes. If you’re ready to try a new neutral in your kitchen, consider a warm cream tone.
On the cooler end of the neutral color spectrum, an icy green-gray is trending in a big way. The green aspect is subtle enough to please homeowners who love true neutrals, but adds a rich depth to keep the gray from feeling dreary. Accent with bright stainless-steel accents to enhance the gray undertones of this green paint.
While it’s hard to go wrong with white walls and white cabinets in your kitchen, adding the right color can transform the entire space. Whether you want a soothing quality, a modern twist or to enhance natural light with just a touch of something new, these paint trends are the best place to begin.