The Best Colors to Paint Your Kitchen

 
Benjamin Moore Simply White. Photography: David Livingston.

Benjamin Moore Simply White. Photography: David Livingston.

When it comes to kitchens, there are certain colors that look amazing and others that can look dark, heavy, and outdated. If you’re thinking about painting, it’s important to consider how space will be used. Yellow and green are cheerful while white, blue, and gray are bright and calming colors that can also open up the space. We’ve selected some of our favorite projects in hopes to inspire your dream kitchen.

 
Benjamin Moore Simply White and Pure Joy. Photography: David Livingston.   

Benjamin Moore Simply White and Pure Joy. Photography: David Livingston.

 

When approaching kitchens, we take lifestyle needs and daily routine into consideration to present warm, inviting design solutions. Whether the space must accommodate family and friends or a skilled home cook, we ensure that the kitchen is an multi-use, durable place ideal for everyday use.

 
Benjamin Moore Hollandlac Navy. Photography: David Livingston.

Benjamin Moore Hollandlac Navy. Photography: David Livingston.

Turn up the volume! Bold, blue and vibrant kitchen cabinets are durable and sophisticated, perfect for this family of four. We selected rich textiles and subtle white accents throughout the home to create an expected yet timeless space.

 
Benjamin Moore Simply White. Photography: David Livingston.   

Benjamin Moore Simply White. Photography: David Livingston.

 

A bold hexagon encaustic tile and windows outlined in yellow surprise and delight. The pop of yellow creates a bright, airy atmosphere while glamorous pendants and oversized cabinet knobs evoke feelings of warmth and whimsy.

 
Benjamin Moore Simply white and Downpipe. Photography: David Livingston.

Benjamin Moore Simply white and Downpipe. Photography: David Livingston.

This residence was designed to highlight the incredible views outside its walls. The husband, an avid chef, requested the kitchen be a joyful space that supported his love of cooking. High ceilings, an open floor plan, and new hardware create a warm, comfortable atmosphere.