We debated for ages trying to find the right kitchen paint colors with white cabinets and finally settle on this awesome rich taupe shade. I thought for years that I wanted a classic gray and white kitchen like you see in the magazines. However, when I held the paint swatches up against our warm wood flooring, I knew that we would likely need to go in a different direction. The undertones of the grey paint clashed with the flooring and did not give that crisp white kitchen look that I was in search of. The pro at our local paint shop was actually the one to suggest this taupe shade and he certainly knew what he was talking about. It has just enough warmth to blend well with the flooring, but still gives that contemporary grey vibe that I was going for.
I absolutely love the unique kitchen paint colors with white cabinets that these homeowners used to make their Florida home fun and beachy. I love the idea of playing around with color and pattern when you have white kitchen cabinets because it is essentially a blank slate against any design you could want. The deeply marbled granite that they chose is absolutely stunning especially when paired alongside their black and stainless steel appliances. Plus, of all the blue paint colors they could have chosen, I think that this aqua shade was a fantastic choice because it pulls some of the subtle earthy tones from the granite and makes the gorgeous marsh views outside of the windows really pop.
I have been searching around for the best kitchen paint colors with white cabinets because we are about to renovate our new home. When we bought it the space was quite outdated with old oak cabinets and black and white tile floors. I knew that updating the kitchen paint colors would make a world of difference in making the space seem more contemporary and new. First step was painting the kitchen cabinets white. We are about to install very similar color floors as this photo so I am looking for a paint shade that mimics this lovely very subtle green hue. I think it looks fantastic against these traditional style units but would also be great with more contemporary white kitchen cabinets ideas. If anybody has a clue on what brand or shade this is, please let me know!
I am currently loving pairing crisp grey kitchen paint colors with white cabinets because it creates a lovely marriage between contemporary and traditional styles. My husband and I flip homes for a living, so I am always thinking about resale when looking into color palettes or kitchen countertop ideas with white cabinets (what we find buyers are really wanting for the past few years). Granite is always a big win but it can make the space look a bit stuffy sometimes. I have found that the best kitchen paint colors to give the space just a touch more clean and modern feel are grey. I love Benjamin Moore Pewter (as shown in this room) and Cloud Gray for a more subtle shade.
My mom and I have been struggling to find the perfect kitchen paint colors with white cabinets. The lovely associate at the local paint shop sent us home to figure out if her countertops lean warm or cool in order to select the undertone that we will need for her kitchen wall colors. As you can see she has earthy dark granite countertops that contrast nicely against the rustic white bead board cabinetry. Even the polished nickel draw pulls and cabinet knobs scream cottage chic, but the yellow paint color just has to go. What shade do you all think would be the best option to achieve that classic white country kitchen look? I am thinking a grey blue or even a simple white, but I am not sure if that would be too plain.
As an interior designer, I am always searching for unique kitchen paint colors with white cabinets in order to make our spaces stand out from the rest. White is certainly one of the most popular kitchen cabinet paint colors today and homeowners are always requesting to have them installed in their space. We are happy to oblige but it can be challenging to bring new and fresh color palettes alongside it. My go to lately has been to pair gray kitchen walls against crisp white cabinets and then add accent shades through artwork, decorative accents, and backsplashes in order to bring in personality and vibrancy. This is generally a foolproof way to please a homeowner and is a great concept to use if you are keeping an eye for resale.