7 Paint Colors for Your Kitchen

I mention all the time that the kitchen is the heart of the home. My personal preference is for kitchens to be light and airy, though I can still appreciate a kitchen that is more dramatic in feel and tone. When designing a kitchen, there are few go to paint colors that I love and keep on my list. Check them out for yourself!

Berkshire Beige by Benjamin Moore

Berkshire Beige

Berkshire Beige is the perfect neutral tone that not only works well in the kitchen, but practically in any room. Pair this color with white detailed trim work, white cabinetry, a black countertop, subway tile backsplash, and brushed nickel hardware; and you’re well on your way.

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Woodlawn Blue by Benjamin Moore

Woodlawn Blue

Woodlawn Blue is by far one of those blues that creates an oasis or retreat like space. The soft tone of this blue works well in a transitional space thats clean with touches of modern day trends. Pair this color with urban stone colored cabinets, brass hardware, a herringbone patterned backsplash and a cambria quartz countertop for a kitchen that is refreshingly welcoming.

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Stonington Gray by Benjamin Moore

Stonigton Gray

Stonington Gray is one of my go to grays, as gray tones are still fairly popular. Stonington Gray is the perfect backdrop for a black and white kitchen design. I also recommend using this color for your cabinets if you want to lighten up your kitchen with a fresh and clean look.

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Mount Saint Anne by Benjamin Moore

Mount Saint Anne

Mount Saint Anne is for the traditional lover who isn’t afraid of color. This color paired with rich cherry cabinetry and other neutral tones calls for a kitchen of comfort. This concept reminds me of home in Tennessee where I grew up. Southern comfort with an ounce of modern clean lines to compliment such a warm paint color.

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Chealsea Gray by Benjamin Moore

Chelsea Gray

Chealsea Gray reminds me of simplicity. Its tone pairs well with those of nature. If bringing the outdoors in is your prerogative, then Chealsea Gray is ideal for you. This color will also work well as cabinetry color if you’re looking to spruce up your cabinets you currently have. I paired this paint color with a harbor tone cabinet, natural stone backsplash, and oil-rubbed bronze hardware.

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White Dove by Benjamin Moore

White Dove

All white kitchens is a trend thats here to stay. White Dove’s creamy tone works well in the kitchen and makes the perfect backdrop for an all white kitchen. Clean, light, airy, and welcoming are the key ingredients for the perfect kitchen. White Dove provides each of these characteristics when used with plenty of natural sunlight.

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Stone Harbor by Benjamin Moore

Stone Harbor


You can probably tell by now that I am a lover of gray kitchens. Gray, in my opinion, has the ability to keep a space current, even if you use it in a style thats not so modernized. Take for example this concept leans more towards a rustic style with dark cabinetry, a neutral stone backsplash, rustic lantern pendants, and oil-polished bronze hardware.

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What are some of your favorite colors for the kitchen?


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