Repainting a Kitchen

Repainting a Kitchen

Light Pink/Beige for Kitchen

Beige with a Pink Tone for Kitchen and Breakfast Room

This kitchen needed to be painted. The client was tired of the dark peachy color that now looked dated.

The first thing I noticed was that the crown molding had never been painted and was a decorative element that now needed to be addressed. I suggested painting it the same color as the rest of the woodwork. It would open up the space and give it a light airy feeling. I chose Benjamin Moore OC-17 White Dove.

The window shades and seat cushions were staying. The dominent colors were a deep orange/terra cotta and light beige. There was also some peach color in the granite counter top and ceramic floor tile. The cabinetry had an antique white finish.

I chose Benjamin Moore 1088 Home Sweet Home for the walls. It is a warm beige with just a hint of peach. The room looks fantastic, fresh, clean, open, and new.

 

By |2018-12-19T15:39:13+00:00August 21st, 2012|Case Studies, Kitchens, Light Colors, Neutral Palette|Comments Off on Repainting a Kitchen

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