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Tips for Painting Kitchen Cabinets

Creating the perfect ambiance in your kitchen is a fun, exciting journey. You get to find different pieces of artwork, lighting, fixtures, and more to bring the space to life. Of course, before you can find those finishing touches, you must first lay the foundation: finding the best paint color for the space. This will allow you to set the tone for the rest of the kitchen and inspire the decorative pieces that will follow. Since paint options are practically endless, we are here to discuss tips for painting kitchen cabinets, including options from our Farrow & Ball Paint Collection.

Tips for Painting Kitchen Cabinets, Farrow & Ball Paint near Marriottsville, Maryland (MD)

Tip 1: Embrace All-Over Color

If you want to achieve a consistent, all-over color between your cabinets and walls, then we encourage you to do so! This creates a striking look in the kitchen that will wow you and your guests. When it comes to your Farrow & Ball options, we recommend Duck Green if you want a bold look that your friends and family won’t soon forget.

If you prefer something more soothing, consider the soft hues of Purbeck Stone. If your kitchen gets a little hectic, our scuff-proof paint options can withstand the daily wear and tear of a busy kitchen.

Tip 2: Build a Palette

If the all-over color is not to your liking, but you want to add depth and intrigue when painting kitchen cabinets in your home, consider building a similar color palette. For example, if your walls are light gray, make your cabinets pop with a dark gray or black paint color.

Farrow & Ball offers a stunning Pitch Black No. 256 paint color that would do the job marvelously. On the other hand, if you have black backsplash or finishes and want to brighten things up, consider the pale gray Blackened No. 2011 paint color instead.

 Tip 3: Mix It Up

Finally, if you want to mix a bit of bold with a bit of consistency, consider adding opposite colors that complement each other. For example, adding a statement cabinet in Sulking Room Pink No. 295 next to cabinets painted in De Nimes No.299 allows you to have a little fun when painting your kitchen cabinets without causing a clashing finished product.

Contact Us

To learn more about painting kitchen cabinets with our collection of Farrow & Ball Paints, be sure to contact or visit us today at Windo VanGo. We are located in Marriottsville, Maryland, and proudly serve Marriottsville, New Market, Ellicott City, Columbia, Clarksville, Edgewater, Annapolis, Cockeysville, Crofton, Lutherville-Timonium, Towson, Elkridge, Benson, Maryland, and surrounding areas.