These Are Our Favorite Kitchen Paint Colors Of All Time

Spoiler: Your kitchen doesn't have to be white.

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deVOL Kitchens

Adding color is the best way to change things up in the kitchen—no renovation, no construction, just paint and a brush. Whether you're a greige kind of person or someone who loves a pop of anything vibrant, we rounded up over thirty kitchens with gorgeous paint colors to help you get started. Punch up your cabinets with bright blues and reds, or ground a large space with a soothing gray or green... No matter what your color preference—or if you're totally stumped for inspiration—we've got some kitchen paint color ideas, designer examples, and shopping tips to guide you.

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Arent & Pyke
Marine Blue

An inky, marine blue will ground a kitchen in an open space and feel more formal than a light color without being as moody and as dark as black. We also love the idea of painting the interior cabinets a color that corresponds with an accent piece in the room, like this orange cabinet designed by Arent & Pyke to match the carpet.

Shop a similar shade of blue paint below:

Farrow & Ball Stiffkey Blue, $110

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Nicole Franzen
Coral

This coral pink kitchen is like being on vacation all year long. With rattan and bamboo staples and a fresh coat of cheerful pink paint, it's quirky, upbeat, and unique without being too over-the-top.

Shop a similar shade of pink paint below:

Glidden Coral Silk, $20

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2LG Studio
Baby Blue

In this kitchen designed by 2LG Studio, the cabinets are soothing baby blue hue. The inverted circular cabinet pulls add to the gentle, sweet personality.

Shop a similar shade of blue paint below:

Glidden Blue Ice Age, $20

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Fantastic Frank
Matte Black

There's nothing sexier than matte black when it comes to kitchen paint colors. Expect, that is, when you cover the bottom of the overhead cabinets a gold mirrored material.

Shop a similar shade of black paint below:

Glidden Onyx Black, $23

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PHOTO: Alexandra Ribar; DESIGN: Leanne Ford Interiors
Pale Yellow

Take note from this space designed by and paint your kitchen a subtly sunny hue, like buttercream yellow. Then lay down an area rug with pops of coral for a fresh, bold anchor. The large drum pendant in white and gold speaks to the pretty paint color, too. Delicate and delightful.

Shop a similar shade of yellow paint below:

Farrow & Ball Pale Hound, $100

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PHOTO: Matthew Williams; DESIGN: Studio DB
Sage Green

Instead of painting all of the cabinets or walls, experiment with color on a statement wall. This sage green pop in a kitchen designed by Studio DB adds the perfect amount of personality. Green glass shelves and a large green bowl tie back to the unexpected color.

Shop a similar shade of green paint below:

Glidden Sea Glass Green, $21

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Francesco Lagnese
Wine Red

Go glam with a high-gloss deep red reminiscent of wine. The robust, full color adds so much depth and glamour. Proof? This kitchen by Nick Olsen, where geometric tiles pump things up to the next level.

Shop a similar shade of red paint below:

Farrow & Ball Brinjal, $110

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PHOTO: Dustin Askland; DESIGN: Elizabeth Roberts
Cream

If white feels too stark for you, opt for a creamer shade. It'll still feel light and bright, but the warmer undertones will help your kitchen feel more inviting. We love how it softens the industrial elements of this kitchen designed by Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design.

Shop a similar shade of cream paint below:

Farrow & Ball Wimborne White, $110

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Nicole Franzen
Blush Pink

A light, delicate pink that provides just a touch of oomph looks surprisingly good when paired with more modern, streamlined, geometric pieces. In this kitchen designed by , the modern lines and tonal palette feels fresh and modern while the pink color makes it feel open and bright.

Shop a similar shade of pink paint below:

Farrow & Ball Middleton Pink, $110

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Arent & Pyke
Gold Leaf

There's nothing quite like metallic to make your interiors pop. Opt for a brushed gold finish on the kitchen cabinets and introduce more down to earth materials like jute to make sure it isn't too flashy, like in this Arent & Pyke-designed kitchen.

Shop a similar shade of gold paint below:

PPG Gilded Gold, $48

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Regan Baker Design
Bright Blue

Paint the lower cabinets an eye-catching sky blue and then soften things up with a super light pistachio tile for the walls, like designer Regan Baker did in this kitchen.

Shop a similar shade of blue paint below:

Farrow & Ball St Giles Blue, $110

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deVOL Kitchens
Light Taupe

A sandy beige keeps things neutral but stands out a little more than a cream or super light gray. We're really digging the alternating black and gray stained wood cabinets in this deVOL kitchen, too. The varied tons (plus texture) adds interest to a neutral space.

Shop a similar shade of taupe paint below:

Farrow & Ball Dimity, $110

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Catherine Kwong Design
Pewter

Designed by Catherine Kwong, this kitchen is a contemporary classic that will age gracefully. The steel gray cabinets contrast just a touch with the dark navy-gray kitchen island and cream ceilings for a balanced whole.

Shop a similar shade of blue paint below:

Farrow & Ball Luluworth Blue, $110

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deVOL Kitchens
Flamingo Pink

Can't decide on just one paint color? deVOL Kitchens' new NYC showroom proves that you don't have to. Choose one color for the walls and another for the lower cabinets and then use a backsplash that incorporates both. Then paint the trimmings on the upper cabinets something fun.

Shop a similar shade of pink paint below:

Benjamin Moore Pink Starburst, $43

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DeVOL Kitchens
Gray-Green

It's light enough to function like a neutral, especially if you choose a blue with gray undertones. The exposed wood beams and natural light wood stools in this deVOL kitchen make it a soft, inviting place.

Shop a similar shade of green paint below:

Glidden Pale Pistachio, $20

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JONATHAN HOKKLO
Lavender

The juxtaposition between the lavender cabinets and marigold oven in this eye-catching kitchen by designer Penelope August proves that opposites attract. The fun terrazzo backsplash connects the two for a seamless whole.

Shop a similar shade of purple paint below:

Farrow & Ball Calluna, $110

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PHOTO: Reid Rolls; DEAIGN: Leanne Ford Interiors
Bright White

There's nothing wrong with an all-white kitchen. This design trend, as mastered by Leanne ford here, is particularly well-suited for the room where cleanliness is essential.

Shop a similarly spunky and playful pink paint below:

Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace, $43

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deVOL Kitchens
Baby Pink

This retro-inspired deVOL kitchen is a beautiful blend of classic English design with contemporary functionality. The glass cabinet customized to fit right into the corner and looks beautiful with the baby pink paint and Kelly green backsplash.

Shop a similar shade of pink paint below:

Farrow & Ball Cinder Rose, $110

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Hecker Guthrie
Pale Mint Green

A bistro table in the kitchen is so much more interesting than a classic island. And it's even fresher when you paint your bar stools a script mint green hue and hang a copper pendant light overhead.

Shop a similar shade of green paint below:

Glidden Tranquil Light Green, $20

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deVOL Kitchens
Midnight Blue

If blue and white seems too coastal for you, opt for deep midnight blue or super dark navy. These rich tones will ground the entire space and look super warm with reclaimed wood, exposed beams, stone floors, brass hardware, and copper cookware.

Shop a similar shade of blue paint below:

Farrow & Ball Hague Blue, $110

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Nicole Franzen
Jade Green

For just a splash of color, paint your kitchen island and lower cabinets a bold color, like jade green. This will be less labor intensive and you can change things up down the line when you're ready for a new color scheme.

Shop a similar shade of green paint below:

Benjamin Moore Emerald Isle, $43

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PHOTO: Reid Rolls; DESIGN: Leanne Ford Interiors
Dark Gray

If you're color-averse but lot variation, play with a monochromatic, moody palette. This kitchen designed by Leanne Ford is full of gray tones, from dark to light, matte to glossy.

Shop a similar shade of gray paint below:

BEHR Charcoal, $50

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deVOL Kitchens
Oatmeal

These creamy light brown walls in a gorgeous deVOL kitchen make for the perfect backdrop. The deep blue-gray kitchen island mixed with cool marble surfaces and brass hardware is such a beautifully surprising combination the strong, earthy walls.

Shop a similar beige shade of paint below:

Farrow & Ball Cord, $110

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MARCO BERTOLINI
Bubblegum Pink

Now here's a pink you can't miss. Eye-catching, lively, and oh-so upbeat, a true pink is a fun accent color in any room. If you're not sure you're ready to make a commitment to painting the entire room pink, experiment with color blocking (and extend it to the floors if you're feeling bold—you won't be sorry).

Shop a similar shade of pink paint below:

Benjamin Moore Deep Carnation, $43

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ERIC RAY DAVIDSON
Greige

Greige—a happy medium between warm beige and cool gray—is the best of both worlds. In this kitchen by Kathryn M. Ireland, it pairs beautifully with the Suzani fabric curtains and dark red appliances.

Shop a similar neutral shade of paint below:

BEHR Clear Moon, $35

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Arent & Pyke
Pistachio

Black and white is the perfect monochrome pair for mint green, especially in a kitchen like this one designed by . Here's proof that you can still embrace color while designing a minimalist kitchen. Simply illuminating.

Shop a similar shade of green paint below:

Farrow & Ball Borrowed Light, $110

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PHOTO: Reid Rolls; DESIGN: Leanne Ford Interiors
True Blue

For a truly calming and timeless environment, opt for a classic shade of blue, like the one in this kitchen by Leanne Ford Interiors. It functions as a neutral, able to complement a variety of colors and materials while still being unexpected and refreshing.

Shop a similar shade of blue paint below:

Rust-Oleum Safety Blue, $302

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Nicole Franzen
Khaki Green

Skip the doors and keep your cabinets open. This will make cooking easier and will also allow you to keep your pretty cookware and tableware on display. Then paint them an unexpected neutral color, like green khaki.

Shop a similar shade of green paint below:

Farrow & Ball Card Room Green, $110

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Eric Piasecki
Sunny Yellow

The tile backsplash was the inspiration for the coordinating yellow-glazed walls in a Naples, Florida, kitchen by Carrier & Company. Red stools make it feel even more vibrant.

Shop a similar shade of yellow paint below:

Benjamin Moore Yellow Rain Coat, $43

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deVOL Kitchens
Dark Gray-Green

A dark gay with green undertones is the perfect color for a handsome kitchen, like this one by deVOL. Keep it cohesive and use the same color for the walls and cabinets, breaking this up with a different materials for countertops and backslashes.

Shop a similar shade of green paint below:

KILZ Culinary Herbs, $24

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