How to Choose the Best Paint Color for Your Kitchen Remodel

Picking the right paint color for a kitchen remodel can be difficult. You have to ask yourself lots of questions: What kind of space are you trying to create? Are you planning on doing a lot of entertaining and want the room to sizzle and pop? Do you want this room to give you a sense of peace as you make dinner after a long day at the office? Knowing the answers to these can help you make a pain color decision. But it’s also important to know that different paint colors create different tones and feelings for the space. Here are just a few options to help you pick the perfect color for your kitchen remodel.

If you are looking for a crisp and clean look, white can be an ideal choice. It’s bright and fresh, and if you have darker cabinets, white walls can really make them pop. A white kitchen can almost give the space an upscale feel that’s both modern and sophisticated, or cozy and lived in, depending on the shade. However, white can require a bit of upkeep to keep it shining and clean, so factor that in before you break out the paintbrushes.

Gray tones offer a similar timelessness, ensuring that your cabinets and accents still pop, but without having to perform as much upkeep. Gray can also give you a lot of options to change the mood of the room depending on the season and how you choose to decorate the space.

Beige comes in a range of shades, depending on the amount of impact you want your walls to have. Beige is also neutral, so it can complement many different shades of color, depending on the color scheme of the house. It can be dressed up or down, depending on the look and feel that you are trying to create for the room. Because it is so easy to work with, not only can this color family change with the seasons, but it can change with different decor, meaning you can have a mini-makeover in your kitchen very easily.

Blue, while not traditionally thought of as a neutral color, can offer the same maneuverability as whites, grays and beiges, depending on the shade. You will want to aim for warmer blues to avoid looking like a nursery. Blue creates a feeling of calm tranquility, which can be perfect during the busy holidays or just after a long day at work.

Regardless of the color you choose, it is a good idea to paint with gloss or semi-gloss because it’s easy to clean. Also, when completing a kitchen remodel, it is helpful to have a professional contractor like Progressive Builders come in and help throughout the remodeling process. From painting the kitchen to installing the kitchen cabinets, Progressive Builders can do it all! Contact us today for more information.

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