It’s hard to decide on the perfect paint color for your kitchen. Some interior designers advise homeowners to choose neutral colors to increase their home’s resale value. On the other hand, other designers advocate for more vibrant colors to bring individuality to your home. One thing is sure, if you don’t expect to sell your property soon, don’t be afraid to express your individuality.

According to conventional kitchen color theory, earthy tones, warm neutrals, and bright hues help the chef and guests feel more at ease. These colors serve various functions: they go well with cabinetry, reflect light, provide joy, and appeal to potential home buyers. Mario & Son’s Construction has put together a guide to help you understand kitchen paint colors for your consideration.

Some Ground Rules

As a general rule of thumb, extremely dark colors and cool hues such as blues, greens, purples, and violets suppress appetite. Having said that, kitchen colors should ultimately reflect personal preferences. Dark shades are often avoided in kitchens, although they may work effectively when coupled with starkly contrasting colors.

Color Can Make Any Room Feel Cozy

Many different types of neutrals may be created by adding enough shade or tint to a particular shade. The mid-range neutrals are a safe choice if you’re worried about picking the wrong color for your kitchen walls. It is common to think of neutrals as boring, however, this is not always the case. Neutrals may be warmed up to create a cozy look by incorporating red, yellow, or orange.

Don’t Be Afraid of Bold Colors

To liven things up, try using bright, eye-catching colors. In a room with many dark colors, it’s a great way to brighten things up. These colors can be a pleasant eye-catcher in a kitchen with stainless steel equipment. It’s easier to entertain in a kitchen with bright colors since people are drawn to bright rooms. We enjoy it when surprisingly vibrant colors like red, blue, yellow, and green appear in a kitchen.