How to Choose Kitchen Cabinet Colors That Will Wow Your Dinner Guests

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Kitchen remodeling is one of the most popular home renovation projects in the United States. According to findings from Home Advisor, the average kitchen renovation project can cost anywhere from $13,000 to $38,000.

Choosing the right cabinet color and the finish is the key to giving your kitchen a customized vibe and personalized look. Keep on reading to learn how to choose the best colors that will wow your guests.

Neutral colors

Classic kitchen cabinet colors like white, navy, gray, black, beige, neutral, and metallic have stayed popular throughout the decades because they match just about everything.

However, in abundance, neutral cabinet colors can easily drain the life from a room. Reserve this particular color family for a kitchen that is already bursting with color or that is in need of brightening.

 

Light colors

Less traditional kitchen cabinet colors like blue, green, yellow, orange, and pink are becoming more and more popular every day. These colors have been worming their way into homeowners’ hearts because of the way they breathe new life into their kitchens.

These colors’ adventurous natures are also a quick and efficient way to modernize a kitchen.

Dark colors

Dark colors are notorious for being difficult to use in any room of a home. While they can add an air of elegance to a space, they can also easily overwhelm it when it is too small. Use this color family on cabinets in large, open kitchens to amplify the dining experience. Mind the colors of the kitchen’s walls and appliances to achieve the right balance.

Popular options for cabinet colors within this category include cranberry, royal plum, and royal hunter green.

Dual tone

Dual tone or two-tone cabinets combine your kitchen cabinets into the best of both worlds. While dual tones shine the brightest when they involve a blend of darker colors and lighter colors, lighter colors and neutral colors such as pink and gray have also been known to work. An even bolder mix of the dual tone technique than light and neutral colors is two different shades within the same color, like light green and dark green. Search Pinterest.com for keywords like “dual tone kitchen cabinets” or “two tone kitchen cabinets” for even more ideas.

Here at Mr. Cabinet we are ready to serve you with over 100 color options both in-stock and custom cabinets. Give us a call or contact us now for a free consultation, 3D Design and estimate today

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