One of the quickest ways to give your kitchen a facelift is to paint your cabinets.
Whether you choose a trendy color (bright green!) or go with classic white, this simple update can increase your home’s value and create a room where friends and family are sure to gather.
Amanda at Our Storied Home used chalk paint in robin’s egg blue to give her cabinets new life. We love the crisp combo of robin’s egg blue and white.
This gray hue turned once-boring cabinets into a thing of beauty. With a smaller kitchen like this, a quart of paint may be enough to do all the cabinets. Talk about a budget makeover!
This steel-blue color plays off the veins in the beautiful gray-and-white marble.
A small loft kitchen (or any space with an open plan) is the perfect place to experiment with a bold color. Balance the bright with a white or neutral backsplash and island.
Ginny, at Style by Emily Henderson, says of this gorgeous kitchen reno, “We brought in a blue-grey paint for the cabinets that ties-in with the floor. We thought about doing just a straight grey but this just felt warmer, more inviting and happier for a young family. ”
Love this biscuit-colored paint! It’s warm but not drab and plays so beautifully off the vases on the high shelf. (It’s the little things.)
Another gray — still such a popular color — this one deeper in tone, and made less austere by cute, colorful knobs.
How fresh! How pretty and spring-y! Apple green is feminine and a little daring. Try a color like this if you want to add a little flavor to your kitchen cocktail.