We're constantly wondering what you really want to read about on MyDomaine, so we took to Instagram to find out. And we were surprised to find that many of you are dying to know what color to paint your kitchen cabinets.
In an effort to keep you well informed and inspired, we went on a mission to find the best kitchen cabinet colors to give your space a fresh makeover. Are you color-averse? Do you love dark, moody rooms? Or maybe you're feeling adventurous. We've got the perfect kitchen cabinet color trends for all of you. From Pinterest trends to interior designer insight, we rounded up the hottest kitchen cabinet colors. Get your painter's tape and rollers ready.
Pinterest called it: Gray was the next big color trend. The most popular gray paints have a soft blue undertone, casting a slightly moodier and fresher hue than their warmer counterparts. Try Benjamin Moore's Nickel.
Blue lower kitchen cabinets are the most popular, according to our readers. We're not surprised; this chic hue casts a colorful spell on a room that's traditionally monochrome. Opt for a navy tone or a beautiful French blue, like Farrow & Ball's Lulworth Blue.
Deep forest green tones are fantastic to create a sexy, moody vibe in the kitchen at night. If you spend more time in the kitchen in the evenings, spice things up with a dark blue-green lick of paint like Benjamin Moore's Vintage Vogue, crisp marble countertops, and brass fixtures.
Greige is the new beige. While the neutral tone has been associated with "boring décor" in recent years, it's experiencing a revival. The new greige tones are cooler and pair well with warm ivory tones and mixed metals. Go for Benjamin Moore's Peau de Soie.
Rose quartz was Pantone's 2016 Color of the Year, so it comes as no surprise that it popped up in kitchens everywhere. While the soft hue is not for everyone, it's a beautiful, bold move for pastel lovers. Pair a cool dusty pink like Behr's Pink Quartz with grays and burnished copper tones to offset the nursery vibe.
Interior designers like Orlando Soria and Emily Henderson are both fans of the minty hues that are increasingly popular in décor. Extend the trend to your kitchen cabinets for a cool natural look. The color pairs especially well with neutral tones and leafy plants. Sherwin-Williams' Window Pane is a beautiful option.
Last but not least, we love a dramatic almost-black kitchen, especially in spaces that lack natural light. The dark tones make a space feel cozier and more inviting. Behr's Cracked Pepper is a go-to.