01 of 05
Get Your Kitchen Color On
Yellow has got to be the most popular kitchen color around, so it's only appropriate that we begin here. The Yellow Brick Road wall color is tempered greatly by the color wash finish. Trim of Halifax Cream sets off well with the strong wall colors. And the decidedly dark Cloudy Sky ceiling is a great counterpoint to all of that yellow.Continue to 2 of 5 below.
02 of 05
Cool and Easy Kitchen Color
The Buxton Blue walls evoke a modern feeling. Toss in the Malton trim and Brookline Beige, and you have a great kitchen color scheme worth copying note for note.Continue to 3 of 5 below.
03 of 05
Craftsman for Today's Kitchen
What do you notice first? That bowl of oranges?
Of course not. It's that strikingly strong Burnt Peanut Red trim on the windows. One thing that works well with this kitchen color is the multiplicity of windows, the red creating a rhythm down the entire wall.Continue to 4 of 5 below.
04 of 05
Lively and Vibrant Kitchen Color
These kitchen colors are an experiment (as you will see in the next picture). In this picture, the kitchen evokes a warm, Mediterranean feeling with the quite strong Bronze Tone walls trimmed out with Mystic Beige.
In any good kitchen paint scheme involving strong colors, you do need a darker balancing color, and here we find it in the accent wall painted Gentleman's Gray.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
05 of 05
A Lesson in Kitchen Color: From Vibrant to Stately
The toned-down walls of Dorset Gold, trimmed by Bordeaux Red, give this kitchen color scheme a grand, stately feeling--like a historic house. Of course, we need that accent wall of Iron Gate to keep things in check.