Industry Insider: The Best Paint Colors For Your Kitchen, According To The ProsAuthor:California Home And Design
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Deciding on a kitchen paint color can be surprisingly stressful, especially if you plan on painting your cabinets. Kitchen cabinetry is a major expense, and with so much of your budget on the line, repainting faded cabinets or selecting a color for a new set can be daunting. To help narrow down the infinite options available, we decided to poll a selection of interior designers to see what they always reach for when creating stylish spaces. From dusty greens to crisp whites and pitch blacks, these are the paint color picks of the pros. Keep scrolling for their favorites and a selection of some seriously inspiring spaces.
Ralph Lauren Paint Porch Awning #RL1701F ($38)
“We love Farrow & Ball All White for walls and upper cabinets. Its a nice modern white, not too cold and not too creamy. We also love the high-contrast kitchen with black lower cabinets and white upper cabinets. For that, we again look to Farrow & Ball for Pitch Black. I know it sounds crazy, but if you go with a more charcoal color, cabinets often end up looking navy blue, so better just to go pitch black! Also, as of late, we’ve been obsessed with a deep dusty green tone for cabinetry, like Farrow & Ball Studio Green or Ralph Lauren Porch Awning!” — Brandon Quattrone, Consort
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