How to Mix and Match Kitchen Cabinet Colors

Mixing and matching kitchen cabinet colors is a trend taking the design world by storm. Perhaps you’ve seen this look in a neighbor’s house or on a home renovation television show. If you’re not sure how to pull off multi-colored cabinets in your kitchen, Myrtle Beach Cabinets has you covered. There are many ways to achieve this look, including these popular ideas:

Make your island an accent piece. A kitchen island is a great place to add a splash of color. Personalize your kitchen by choosing cabinets in your favorite color for your island. If you prefer to stick with the trends, select a contemporary color like sage green, pale yellow, or navy blue for your kitchen island.

Choose different upper and lower cabinet colors. Opt for a lighter color on the upper cabinets and a darker color on the lower cabinets. This can make the room appear larger and adds visual interest.

Keep it in the same color family. Colors come in a variety of shades, tones and tints. Use different shades of the same color to create a cohesive look throughout your cabinetry. Good color options include shades of gray, blue, and brown.

Play with wood stains. Achieve a subtle look by choosing different wood stain colors for the cabinets in your kitchen. A natural color keeps things light and airy while a dark look can highlight a section of cabinets.

Go with glass. While not actually a color, you can achieve a bright look in your kitchen by adding glass-front cabinets. For a pop of color add wallpaper to the back of the cabinet or paint the back to match your room’s décor. You could also simply fill your cabinets with colorful display pieces. This provides a distinct contrast from your full-paneled cabinetry.

Choosing new cabinets is a fun process, especially when you get creative with colors! Myrtle Beach Cabinets is here to help every step of the way, from design to ordering to installation. Call us today at (843) 273-6413 or contact us online for a free consultation.