10 Kitchen Cabinet Paint Trends


If you are looking for something different than stained cabinetry for your kitchen, you may want to think about painted cabinets. Painted cabinets are taking over kitchen design – for good reason. They add a pop of color and vibrancy to the space.

Here are a few colorful – and a bit different – kitchen cabinet paint choices.

Deep Ocean. Inspire your nautical and coastal theme of your home in your kitchen.

Teresa’s Green. A complement to everything in your kitchen and with black and white countertops you can’t go wrong.

Midsummer Night. A mix of contemporary and old-world charm.

Mercury. A medium pale gray goes well with contemporary and traditional style homes. With the infusion of stainless steel appliances and marble countertops, this may be the right color for you.

Courtland Blue. With a tinge of blue, this gray colored cabinet is perfect selection for small kitchens – where you can place the Cortland Blue on the lower cabinetry and white on the top. If you have a larger kitchen, you may be able to use this color for cabinetry throughout your space.

Black. If your kitchen is open, black cabinetry will create a drama effect. Black pairs well with stainless steel appliances and a copper tile back splash.

Hazy Skies. This color reminds us of a frothy latte; it’s not too dark nor cold. Instead, it’s perfect to use this on all your cabinetry no matter where it is placed.

Hillside Green. If cooking and gardening are your two favorite hobbies, then this color will be perfect for you and your kitchen. This warm sage green color will make your kitchen feel cozy and fresh.

Charlotte’s Locks. For a dash of personality and warmth this burnt-orange color will surely shock your kitchen. Use this as a backdrop to your cabinets with glass doors to make your dishes stand out.

Soothing Green. This green mimics nature and is a happy color where the color isn’t tinted a dull gray. When natural light hits it, there is almost a yellowness to it and when the sun goes down there is a blueness.

As you can see, there are many shades you can use on your cabinets if you want to personalize your kitchen and have it be the (wow!) talk of your neighborhood.