Ready to re-do your kitchen? It’s time to think about color. Punch up your cabinets with bright blues and reds, or ground a large space with a or green. No matter what your color preference—or if you’re totally stumped for inspiration—we’ve got some ideas to get you started.
If blue and white seems too coastal for you, opt for navy. The richer tone is grounding in a kitchen, and it looks amaze with brass hardware.
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This kitchen is a lesson in how gray can be cool and calming, rather than dull. The minimalist cooking space blends statement lighting with a geometric backsplash to keep it feeling fresh, modern, and fun.
If the contrast feels too stark between white and this deep blue, opt for gray. The cool tones create a mellow, relaxing place to get your bake on.
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If white feels too stark for you, opt for a white gray. It’ll still feel light and bright, but the warmer undertones will help your kitchen feel more inviting.
A pale green blends seamlessly between the kitchen and dining area of this “Jungalow,”especially when paired with the Moroccan clay tile backsplash.
A cool sea blue feels calming and relaxing. It’s light enough to function like a neutral, especially if you choose a blue with gray undertones.
A blackened zinc hood creates an industrial chic vibe set against a backsplash of Fireclay tiles. The hanging pot boosts this vibe while adding some oh-so valuable storage space.
Here’s how you fake a green kitchen without actually having a green kitchen—paint your breakfast nook green, then tie everything together with a green rug and green plants.
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Gray on Gray
This Florida home’s all-gray kitchen is grounding. To keep it cohesive, the same color covers the cabinets and island.
In a room this big, with east and west exposures, all this gray is grounding. It can also change tones a lot depending on lighting, so it’s never boring.
The tile backsplash was the inspiration for the coordinating yellow-glazed walls in a Naples, Florida, kitchen. Red stools make it feel even more vibrant.
The subtle color in this kitchen brings a coziness to the space, but doesn’t distract from its traditional style. It adds character and a bit of age, it’s easy to live with, and it makes a smooth transition to adjacent rooms.
This green hue takes white from blah to beachy. It creates a fresh air feeling inside your kitch.
Choose a Rich Hue When Going for Red
White on White is Classic and Clean
Contrast Wood and Paint Finishes for Interest
Add a Color Shot with Cheery Blue
Go Retro with Delicate Duck Egg Blue
Hunter Green Compliments a Country Kitchen
Today’s pink kitchen is a little different from the pink kitchens of the past: less candy pink and more pale, muted pink. When paired with modern detailing, as in this kitchen from Dezeen, the look can be very sophisticated.
It seems like every day I see a new black kitchen that I really, really love. Provided your kitchen gets ample natural light, this can be an exciting and dynamic color choice. This kitchen from Bolig pairs black cabinets with a black countertop and black faucet for a modern, sophisticated look, but you can also add elements like subway tile and white marble to keep the look from getting too heavy.
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