10 Creative Kitchen Cabinet Color Trends

Kitchens not only get the most wear and tear in your home, but they also do the most to express your family’s unique style and character. We want our kitchens to tell our story for us! That’s why decorating your kitchen is so personal, and also seems to be a never-completed project. This is why kitchen cabinet painting has become such a popular home update. You can change your kitchen cabinet colors every few years without breaking the bank, especially if you’re a do-it-yourselfer.

If you’re considering a kitchen cabinet color update, you probably want to know what the latest kitchen cabinet color trends are. Color is definitely in style this year! Not only are different colors trending, but paint finishes also range from matte to glossy. Before you run to the paint store and start stripping the finish off your current kitchen cabinets, be sure to check our list of the hottest kitchen cabinet colors for this year!

1 – Olive

Get ready for some serious family dinners in your new kitchen with its olive colored cabinets. Yes, this is a trend we’re seeing more and more. Olive is one of those rare tones that makes a statement without overpowering a space. It’s particularly brilliant paired with other natural wood and stone finishes in the room.

2 – Black

They say black goes with everything, and this year we’re seeing that it’s even true of kitchen cabinets. The thing we love most is that this isn’t just a color you’ll see in sleek, modern kitchens, but even in transitional and traditional styles, even paired with farmhouse sinks! It really opens up a whole new world of ideas for what you think of as the “correct” colors for a kitchen space.

3 – Powder Blue

Blue is everywhere in kitchens this year. Powder blue is a light and clean tone that can add personality and brightness to most kitchens. It’s actually very versatile and plays well with most earth tones and almost all tones of white and gray. If you want to take a tired old kitchen from drab to fab, powder blue cabinets are a great place to start.

 

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