When you are looking to paint or repaint your kitchen cabinets, there are few decisions that you will have to make that are as critical as the one related to the color paint or paints you will choose for them.
There are so very many colors from which you can choose and one of the biggest determining factors of what is right is what works best for you.
With that being the case, let us look at seven colors to consider for your kitchen cabinets in Colleyville, TX.
Black is what some might consider to be a non-traditional color for kitchens in that it is somewhat of a downer color, yet at the same time it is a color you should consider more carefully before rejecting it out of hand.
Black kitchen cabinets give your kitchen somewhat of a more contemporary look and have one really nice advantage that people don't tend to think about too often -- they're really good at hiding a lot of the stains that tend to come up during everyday use of the kitchen.
This is not to say that one shouldn't have a regular cleaning schedule for their kitchen, of course -- just that you may not have to jump on the microfiber cloth at the first small smudge!
Of course, having already discussed black as a possibility for your kitchen cabinets, we now turn to the color on the other side of the spectrum -- white.
White has the problem that black does not have in that you will immediately spot any kind of stain that may come about in your kitchen.
That being the case, you will also find that white as a kitchen cabinet color tends to open up your kitchen
space wise, and goes really well with other colors that you may choose to use as accent colors.
For people that opt to stain their kitchen cabinets rather than painting them, the idea of painting your kitchen cabinets brown may seem an odd an even a laughable idea, but there is merit to it.
Brown is a classic kitchen cabinet color and can go really well with black as far as accent colors go.
Bear in mind that a key difference between painting your kitchen cabinets brown and staining them is that when you stain them, you're not going to see the grain of the wood the way you would if you stain them.
4. Green With Blue Accents
Green is a classic color for painting the interior of your home as well as the exterior to some extent and depending on the shade of green that you use, it can really look splendid on your kitchen cabinets.
Adding a blue accent to your green kitchen cabinets is bound to be an improvement to them, as the blue and green (or green and blue depending on how you look at it) tend to go well together.
Green reminds people of nature oftentimes, and blue the same, so when you put the two together you have a nice combination that works well in a kitchen.
5. Gray And White
Gray is just the right balance between black and white, and when you add white as a counterbalance to the gray, you really have a good look.
Gray and white kitchen cabinets tend to look particularly good when you match them up with stainless steel appliances.
Beige is a color for kitchen cabinets that is said to look good in just about any light, so you may find that it will work well for your kitchen.
Depending on how much light is in the room when you are looking at the cabinets, the cabinets can take on anywhere from a grayish-beige appearance to a darker gray with a hint of beige.
7. Light Yellow
Lastly, if you like a bit of sunshine in your life and therefore your home, you may want to consider a lighter yellow for your kitchen cabinets.
You should bear in mind that you don't necessarily have to have your kitchen cabinet be entirely yellow, if you think that there's a possibility that you will find the color to be overwhelming if it's the only color.
Black, for example, makes a superb complementary color to go along with yellow.
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