Choosing a Paint Color for Your Kitchen

American Painting Company kitchenAs it gets colder, you may decide that it is time to give some of the rooms in your home a new coat of paint. If you choose to paint your kitchen, there are some factors to consider: you’ll want to keep your color scheme consistent throughout the room, and the walls should match your cabinets and fixtures. If you are at a crossroads trying to pick a new color for your kitchen, consider these tips!

You have cabinets and countertops already, and these are more difficult to change than your walls. By painting your walls last, you’ll be able to narrow down your color palate based on the fixed colors around the room. You can use the shades and textures from your cabinets and counters to pick a dominant color that can be featured on your walls. For example, if there are gold tones throughout your countertops, you can find a shade of pale yellow to match. If you like the color of cabinets, you can go for a monochromatic color scheme, with shades of the same color throughout the room. If you are looking for a more neutral aesthetic, there are countless shades that will go with almost any color. Shades of white, grey and beige could easily complement your darker cabinets.

If you are having difficulty choosing one color, try painting swatches on an empty wall before starting the job. You will be able to see the paint dry and in the specific light your kitchen provides. If you are still at a loss, contact a local painting company! A company like American Painting Company will come to your home and thoroughly prepare your walls to allow for the best effect after the job is completed.

Are you looking to have your kitchen professionally painted this fall? Call American Painting Company! We will provide a free, no-commitment quote to paint your kitchen and help you achieve your dream home, leaving your room even more beautiful than when we arrived. Call us today at 866-385-8888, or fill out our online contact form and we will respond shortly!


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