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7 Popular Kitchen Colours and Palettes You Should Consider

When picking the perfect colour scheme and palette for a kitchen, homeowners want both something that expresses their personality, and something that doesn’t go out of style.

It’s crucial to pick the right kitchen paint colours, decor, and accents to achieve the style and atmosphere you want, and to tie in with the rest of the house.

Best Kitchen Paint Colours & Combinations

Here are some popular trend ideas that you can draw inspiration from to transform your kitchen into an inviting space that’s designed according to your tastes and vision.

1. Red and White (and Black!)

Red and white is a classic yet edgy and refreshing kitchen colour palette. But if you want a third colour, go with black; this three-colour scheme creates a vivid and energetic aesthetic that you’ll love.

2. White

white kitchen and dining areaClean, stylish and refreshing, an all-white kitchen is one of the kitchen colours that never go out of style.

You can also pair white with all sorts of colours. Want something light and fun? Consider pink and white. Going for a more earthy and natural but bright look? Pair white with green or brown, or both! Do you want more depth? Complement white with grey.

3. Blue and Brown (or Orange!)

The blue and brown combination is a classic, versatile colour scheme. Depending on the vibrancy of either colour, you could use this combination to turn your kitchen bright and energetic or calm and soothing.

Meanwhile, the complementary colours of blue and orange are reminiscent of fire and ice, which offers an eye-catching, vibrant, and exciting feel.

4. Green and Brown

The best thing about the green and timber combination is that both colours will work well together no matter what. It gives off a homey, charming, rustic and natural feel and is perfect for kitchens that get a lot of sunlight.

5. Grey

Grey is a cool, balanced, and grounding colour. It’s perfect for open plan kitchens, as it is the colour of compromise; if your kitchen is in between the more colour-dominant areas of your house, an all-grey kitchen can seamlessly tie these areas together.

6. Black and White

If you don’t feel like going all white but want a classic palette, consider the timeless, sophisticated concept of a black and white kitchen. Black is powerful and elegant, while white encourages openness and creativity.

7. Yellow

As it is cheery and light, not only is yellow a bond statement colour but it can also make the kitchen feel more welcoming and the space feel bigger.

Pairing it with grey or charcoal is also a fantastic choice and can add that certain subtle sophistication that tames yellow.

Tips on Kitchen Colours and Palettes

The colour scheme is the sum of many parts. To be cohesive and consistent, you have to carefully plan the colours of your walls, floors, and cabinetry as a whole, and don’t forget to take into account the rest of the house, and how your kitchen will tie in.

Lighter kitchen colours and palettes make kitchens look and feel more spacious. The inverse is true for dark colours, which is why small kitchen owners should reconsider painting their kitchen walls black or dark brown.

Even if your kitchen is part of a larger renovation project, you’ll still need to consider the design and colour scheme while in the planning phase of your home extension. If you want to learn more about modern home design and extensions, you can contact Bayside Extensions for a free quote. We also can help you connect with local companies who can support your unique home and kitchen needs.

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