One of the many decisions you will need to make when undertaking a kitchen remodeling project is what color paint should I use. Paint colors affect moods and function, so it is important to choose the one that best suit your family.
Whites: White is a good neutral color to use, which is why it is also the most popular. It is timeless and it won’t clash with your kitchen cabinets or accessories. If you want to spice up a white kitchen a colorful backsplash and accent pieces. Like curtains and seat cushions.
Yellows: I refer to yellow as the happy vibe color. I would suggest a subtle yellow to create a friendly atmosphere. Be careful not to overdue it because to much yellow has a tendency to increase frustration and anger.
Gray: Gray is a great color to use in order to give your kitchen a contemporary and modern look. Gray is known to increase mental clarity. Combined with white or black will give your space an elegant look and feel..
Tuscans: These are soft and refined colors associated with Italy. The palette includes burgundy, olive green, yellow gold, and cream. This will give your kitchen a Tuscan villa or renaissance feel.
Browns: Brown is a nice color that works well to accent wooden cabinetry. But be careful using too much brown will make your kitchen monochromatic and give your space a dull and lifeless feeling. Just like with the use of white a in a brown kitchen you can use accent pieces to bring life to this space.
Reds: Have ever noticed that a lot of restaurants use Reds. That is because the use of the color red is known to stimulate an appetite. It is also known to energize and heighten emotions.
Working with a designer who understands how the use of color will effect the mood and tone of your remodeled space will go a long way to insure the best results for your project