Brighten up your kitchen cabinets by using a lush green or a cool blue, mix it up by combining two colours or stay in the classic neutral zone with whites or blacks. Whatever the colour may be it is important for you to pick the perfect kitchen cabinet colour in order for your kitchen to stand out. Therefore we’ve assembled some current kitchen cabinet colour trends for inspiration for you to find the ultimate kitchen cabinet colour you’ve always dreamt of.
1) Cool Blues
Light blue colours are a great way to add a fresh and clean look to your kitchen without going overboard. Blue is a cheery alternative to white cabinets and add a soothing feel to the space while pairing well with white or grey accents such as a marble counter tops or a white kitchen sink. Overall light blues are versatile and easy to live with.
2) Classic Whites and Off-Whites
White cabinets are timeless and add elegance and simplicity to a kitchen. The white colour opens up a space and gives the room a positive aura. White cabinets offer greater flexibility in design and can blend into anything whether modern or contemporary. White also is an easy colour to match with islands, kitchen appliances or wall colours.
3) Going Green
Whether you choose a vibrant lime green to add a tropical yet modern spin to your kitchen or a subtler lush green to denote healthiness and calmness green is a wonderful colour to add to any kitchen space. To complete the look use a white backsplash or wall and sleek stainless steel appliances.
4) Black is Back
Black can be an intimidating colour to use at first, however when done well as either an accent colour of a few cabinets or all of them, it can add a sophisticated and timeless look to your kitchen. In order to give your kitchen a lighter feel use a grey or white countertop to add contrast to your cabinets or use bright colours such as yellow for your kitchen accessories.
5) Colour Blocking
Colour blocking has been a favourite among designers in order to liven up a neutral scheme and help a space stand out. In order to do this technique you can either play with shades from the same colour family, mix up different types of woods or if you can’t decide on one or two colours use multiple ones. Colour blocking is a great way to revamp a kitchen.