A home’s kitchen is often the most personalized space in a house, and as such, it can be tricky to find one that suits your personal style. Whether you’re looking for something modern or traditional; lighthearted with bright colors or dark wood floors – we have five different styles of kitchens perfect just for what YOU like!
In the past couple of years, a new style has emerged and it’s called rustic or farmhouse interior decor. The design heavily influences all aspects within your home with white wood floors and furniture that has an antique look to them; just like what you would find in someone’s grandparents’ attic!
You’re not going to want to forego your kitchen just because it has a rustic or woodsy theme, which is why incorporating that design element into the space can be tricky. The paint color you choose will help set up an inviting atmosphere for cooking as well!
The light and refreshing yellow tone is a perfect complement to the rustic cabin decor. Moss Green is the perfect color for a kitchen that’s more earthy and traditional. A light moss green paired with white trim will make your farmhouse style shine through in every detail of this space, from flooring to countertops!
A modern home typically features lots of smooth materials such as glass, cement, and steel. The overall atmosphere is clean with sharp lines – no muss or fuss! Certain elements in a kitchen might be frameless cabinets for example.
Modern spaces are often defined by the color of their background. A light gray like Sherwin Williams’ Crushed Ice sets a calm and modern tone for any room it graces, while other colors can be more bold or creative with bright accents that shout out from papercrete floors to accent walls covered in mirrors.
Kitchens are typically neutral in color, with white or wood-colored cabinets and granite countertops. Stainless steel appliances can also make an appearance to add a touch of modernity for those who want it!
Traditional kitchens are often seen with grays, tans, and whites. Light neutral paint colors such as Benjamin Moore’s Ballet White or Shaker Beige are very popular on-trend colors to use in this type of space while darker shades like Hale Navy can be used for bolder looks that will work well without being too overpowering.
Craftsman style is a classic, simple look that has been around for many decades. It’s characterized by its focus on wood and cabinets with built-in shelves or cupboards in the kitchen area of homes during this time period. The paint color for this kitchen design will rely heavily on the type and stain of wood that’s used. Select a color palette you favor, but make sure it has some contrast with your chosen finish!