I hit it out of the park choosing these popular kitchen colors if I do say so myself. I am proud to post photos of this room that I completely designed and sourced on my own because I think that it falls very much in line with all of those "Pinterest worthy" images you see online. Rather than the traditional grey kitchen colour ideas that have been so popular lately, I decided to lean a little bit more tan to bring some warmth to the space. Everything from the warmer undertones in the herringbone wood floors, to the taupey shade of paint that we put on the walls all falls within this same palette. Obviously we took the safe route and did not opt for one of the trendier grey or blue kitchen cabinet colors 2022, but I feel perfectly content with the choice. I know that this room will stay in style for years to come regardless of when trends come and go.
I found this gorgeous home when I was simply searching around for popular kitchen colors to use in our home. Now that I have seen these photos though, I have a feeling that I will be mimicking far more than just the kitchen wall colors that they used here. Obviously there are some architectural elements like the curved/vaulted ceilings that will just be too costly and challenging to accomplish in our current home, but I could definitely imitate the cabinetry finish, flooring, and overall motif. I really like the matte black accents on the light fixtures and hardware pulls, and I have actually seen those a lot at Lowe's the past few times I have looked. Now that I think of it, most of the beautiful kitchens that I have seen had stuck out to me all had that same finish of hardware.
Okay fellow design gurus, which of today's most popular kitchen colors do you think we should go with for our home -- light grey, a smokey blue, or plain crisp white. As you can see we have already renovated just about everything in here. All that is left is narrowing down kitchen paint ideas to finish off the rest of the space (both living room and kitchen actually). The rest of the home is done in primarily cool tones with red accents so I think that the best bet is probably grey, but I am not sure if that will be too boring given all of the white that is already in here. I have read a lot about Sherwin Williams dove grey as one of the top 5 kitchen paint colors 2022, so that could be an easy choice if we go with that palette.
My designer told me that green is one of the most popular kitchen colors this year, but now that we have painted a whole lot of elements in our home this shade, I hate to admit that I don't love it. I mean everything goes together very well, from the kitchen cabinet paint colors to the walls to the floor tiles, but something about it just doesn't connect for me. It is far to late for me to do anything major about it because we spent a lot of money to get this done, but I am wondering if there are little decorative touches that I could change to make it a little bit more of what I may want. Does anybody around here have thoughts on things that I could do with my current kitchen colors that may make the space feel more neutral?
I know that these warmer tones are not the most popular kitchen colors these days, but I really enjoy how they make a home feel so inviting. Obviously this home is stunning for more reasons than just the paint, but I just think that these are the best kitchen colors to make the space feel both glamorous and cozy at the same time (no easy feat). The warmth of the beige shade on the walls really highlights the stucco finish on the lavish range hood as well as the beautiful travertine tile pattern on the floor. When I searched for what is the most popular color for a kitchen, grey was overwhelmingly the answer. But if they had used that color here, it certainly would have clashed with the beams and curbed archways that is a staple of the architecture here.
Of all of the popular kitchen colors that I have seen on here today, a rich grey color like this is by far my favorite (probably because I already have that picked out for our house haha). I actually started browsing these galleries hoping to solidify my kitchen paint color decision because I started second guessing myself after narrowing it down at the store. If nothing else though, looking at photos actually solidified my decision and makes me feel very confident in the direction of the design. The only thing that I did notice is that most of the best kitchen paint colors look even better when paired with simple white subway tile backsplashes like they used here. We originally were going to do a different tile, but I think I am going to switch to this.