New kitchen cabinets Design
Painted kitchen cabinets are back with a bang! It was not too long ago when pretty much everyone turned away from those vintage and retro hues and adopted a more modern approach toward kitchen cabinets. Beige, cream and brown became the order of the day. But then, fashion and interior design have a wonderful way of surprising us by turning back the clock and making the vintage cool again! Colorful kitchen cabinets are quickly topping the list of the hottest design trends of 2014. Since we already gave you a quick guide on how to paint the cabinets at your home, today we delve into the colors you can choose for your kitchen cabinets.
The number of colors you can choose from for your kitchen cabinets is indeed endless. Yet your search can be streamlined using a few simple parameters, like the existing theme and your own taste in color combinations. Never pick anything you are not comfortable with just because it is touted as a “hot hue”. Here are nine fashionable and effervescent colors that top the popularity charts. Dig in and enjoy!
It is time to leave behind the mundane and drench your kitchen in some vivacious color. Whether you love an understated approach, or an over-the-top look with some cheerful hues, colorful kitchen cabinets offer you a multitude of exciting options. Move over boring kitchens!
Plush Purples: Color of the Year!
Purples and violets have been all the rage in the last few years, and every major fashion company and interior design giant predicts that these colors will continue to stay relevant in the next few years to come. Purple looks especially stunning in any setting that it is placed and instantly gives the room visual richness that is simply unmistakable. While purple has a lot going for it, painting your kitchen cabinets purple means that you should pay particular attention to the surrounding decor and matching hues. If you love an eclectic look, this is barely a problem.
For those who wish to incorporate purple kitchen cabinets in a more curated and modern interior, use a cool neutral shade for the remainder of the room. Too much purple can easily become overwhelming. Restraint is a must when incorporating these bright and alluring kitchen cabinets.
by Momoko Morton
by Jeff King & Company
by Elad Gonen
by Green Goods
We move from a fashionable bright shade to arguably the hottest neutral on the planet today. If you are starting to feel like grey is becoming more prominent all around you, then your observation is spot on. While many homeowners feel that grey for kitchen cabinets can be dull, that is hardly the truth. Warm, deep greys add sophistication and style with ease. But to truly experience the magic of grey cabinets in the kitchen, opt for textured finishes and hip patterns that elevate the cabinets in a sleek and minimal home.
by T2THES DESIGN + BUILD
by Maggie McManus Kitchens & Baths
by Mango design
by RisherMartin Fine Homes
Brilliant Array of Blues
We once tried to figure out all the shades of blue that can be used in the house, and as you might have guessed, the list is simply endless. Blue is an eternal favorite, and a hint of this beautiful color in the kitchen can have an uplifting influence on the ambiance of the room. Teal, turquoise, robin’s egg, navy and cyan; the list goes on and on. Blue kitchen cabinets are a welcome addition to any kitchen that seeks to embrace a coastal or nautical look. The color even works radiantly in a country cottage-style kitchen. Rejuvenating and energizing, white seem like a natural complementary hue for the eternal shades of blue!
by Gut Gut
by Merzbau Design Collective
by mark pinkerton – vi360 photography
A Splash of Funky Orange
When we say orange, we do not intend to turn your kitchen into the set of That 70s Show! Orange kitchen cabinets can instantly infuse playfulness and brightness in a kitchen that is dark and unexciting. Even a single kitchen cabinet in orange will make its presence felt, and it is an easy way to infuse burnt orange accents into your kitchen. Much like purple, orange is another shade that needs balance and looks best when used in moderation. Combine it with simple grey, white or even very light shades of blue to achieve this elusive poise!
by De Mattei Construction
by Shannon Malone
Serenity of White
There are a lot of folks who quickly raise an eyebrow when we tell them that white can be as engaging a color for kitchen cabinets as any. But the inspirations featured here will quickly change your mind. A simple yet cleverly done kitchen in white can make a perfect backdrop for any accent color you wish to include. Painting kitchen shelves white helps accentuate this appeal. You can obviously pair white kitchen cabinets with any other backsplash of your choice. If you have a problem committing to an accent color, this is the best way to ease your nerves.
by Cary Bernstein Architect
by Beth Dana Design
by Woodworks Design
by Studio 212 Interiors
Bold and Minimal Black
Black is not one of the first colors that come to mind when thinking about new kitchen cabinets. Yet it is probably the most natural fit in any contemporary kitchen with clean and well-defined lines and glossy, lacquered surfaces. Bringing together both black and white kitchen shelves is a classic design choice that will never let you down. A more daring approach to using black would be to couple it with dashing red that is equally audacious and prominent. Posh and urbane, black is for those who love a hint of minimalism in their kitchen.
by Dijeau Poage Construction
by Seven Image Group – Interior Photography
by The Works
These days there is plenty of talk about giving the kitchen a green makeover. That obviously means ushering in sustainable practices that make your kitchen far more eco-friendly. But why not have a few green cabinets to go along with this design philosophy? Just like blue, green is available in a wide range of shades, hues and values. Lime green and dark olive green seem to be preferred in chic, contemporary kitchens. A lighter and more sober version of green can give your kitchen cabinets an amazing, vintage look. If creating a full-blown vintage kitchen is your aim, then do not give green cabinets a miss!