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Kitchen Wall and Cabinet Paint Color Advice?

Kitchen Wall and Cabinet Paint Color Advice? - kitchen with white cabinets and green countertopsI can't change the floor and counter top right now, unless you know a cheap way lol. So with that, any idea on walls or cabinets? To me this is too much green and white. TIA!

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July 22, 20200 found this helpful

You could do neutral colors like tan, taupe, cream, or soft yellow, will compliment the other colors , by changing the wall color!

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July 22, 20200 found this helpful

Painting the cabinets a soft gray or ivory would help neutralize the green. For the walls, you could select a complementary earthy shade of dark grey, clay red, rust or golden tan.

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July 22, 20200 found this helpful

Sometimes my local Home Depot or Lowes has a paint section that is 50-75% off. It is usually if someone picks a color and the machine didn't come out correctly or, it's extra.

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I picked some up for my paint project & saved lots of money. You could try browsing the clearance section for tile, flooring too :)

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July 23, 20200 found this helpful

I have to agree with you on this one there is a lot of white and green in this kitchen. I think the green should be changed on the walls for sure. I think going with a dust or light grey color would fit nicely with the floors and blend in a lot better than that green color. To tone down some of the white in the cabinets I would like to suggest that you use a little bit darker grey color as a border trim on the faces of the cabinets to help blend all this in and tone down the green color.

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This will add a bit more color to the kitchen. I would not paint the entire face of the cabinets but instead, make a border around them and accent them.

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August 11, 20200 found this helpful

I would go a light gray on the cabinets and a darker gray on walls, in the same gray family. At some point you will be renovating the kitchen flooring and countertops, and by having a neutral gray as your backdrop, choosing your materials will be easier. I agree, there is way too much green in that kitchen!

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August 11, 20200 found this helpful

I love it!! You could add a few pops of a color just as accessories and change the whole vibe of the room. Add some black or some sunny yellow or some jewel blue as pops--through things on the counter--like a vase, or dish towels, or plates on stands.

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This room has so much potential and the vibe can change with very little time or money!! Thanks for sharing!

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