Category: Cabinetry Paint

Mixing kitchen cabinet styles and finishes is common in today’s home. Many people are hesitant when it comes to redoing their cabinetry because of it not matching the rest of the house. Many believe that if they redo their cabinets in one room, they must redo them everywhere. This isn’t necessarily true. A house has one style; however, every room can uniquely reflect that style. Different colored cabinetry is common throughout a house, primarily because each room is going to have its own color scheme. Cabinetry doesn’t always have to match; there are many ways to meld different colors and styles together.

Most homes have a consistent trim system for door and window case molding, baseboard and other accessory trim but that doesn’t require all cabinets to be the same manufacturer and style. Mixing kitchen cabinet styles and colors is common both throughout the home and in the same room.

mixing kitchen cabinet styles and finishes in a kitchen  mixing kitchen cabinet styles and finishes in a kitchen

The kitchen above has one style of cabinetry made of two different woods and two different finishes. The perimeter cabinets are an inset cabinet style made of hard maple wood and finished with a simple white paint. The island cabinetry is an inset cabinet style as well but made of walnut wood with a natural 25-degree finish. Both of these cabinet finishes blend perfectly with the floor color and overall color scheme of the kitchen.

Check out what professionals on Houzz have to say different cabinet colors. You can also view an article by HGTV on mixing cabinet styles and finishes. Visit our paint colors page to see what colors you can combine in your kitchen!

Many people struggle with choosing a kitchen color scheme, mostly because so much goes into planning a kitchen remodel. You must think about cabinetry, floor color, countertops and appliances when choosing your kitchen color scheme.

Choosing a Kitchen Color Scheme using Cabinetry Flooring and Countertop Colors Kitchen Color Schemes with Accented Countertops and Neutral Countertops Kitchen Color Schemes can Include an Accented Backsplash or a Neutral Backsplash color

When choosing the colors of your kitchen, you should start with any of the main components. Floor color, countertop color, or cabinetry color. Depending on what you are passionate about the most, your color scheme can be based off what you begin with. Some people have a passion for one unique color and that may be the base of their color scheme.

How to Make your Kitchen Match

Choosing your kitchen cabinetry is a great first step. Complement your cabinets with the floor color and use your countertop color as an accent piece (or vice versa). Kountry Kraft offers many unique cabinet colors to choose from – which allows you to bring personality into your kitchen. Deciding your budget is the first step to choosing your cabinetry, this can be used as a guide to selecting your style. White cabinetry pairs well with dark wood floors and an accented countertop. Natural wood cabinetry pair well with neutral colored countertops and an accented backsplash.

This Kitchen Color Scheme Includes White Cabinetry with a Light Hardwood Floor and a Teal Backsplash

Once you choose your cabinetry color, you can move onto your floor color. Hardwood flooring is a great choice for your kitchen space because it is warm on bare feet, absorbs sound and kinder to a long-standing chef. You may choose from light, medium or dark wood for your flooring. Once you choose your floor color, it is time for your countertops. You can get very artsy when it comes to countertops. Countertops vary in color, pattern and style making it sometimes difficult to match with your existing cabinetry and flooring. Whether you choose granite, tile, wood, etc., your countertop will become a signature piece in your kitchen – maybe even the focal point.

Kitchen Color Scheme

This Kitchen Color Scheme included Navy Blue Cabinetry with Medium Hardwood Floors and a Multi-Gray Backsplash

This colorful kitchen by Stonington features navy blue cabinetry complimented by a light wood floor and marble countertops. All three components complete the color scheme of this kitchen. Incorporating a unique backsplash along with floating shelves to create a symmetrical look on the back wall.

This Kitchen Color Scheme included White Cabinetry with a Light Grey Subway tile and a Medium Hardwood Floor

White cabinetry with dark wood accents create the color scheme in this kitchen. The grey subway and paint balance the white and dark wood to complete the look of the kitchen.

Kountry Kraft’s cabinetry accessories will go well with any kitchen color scheme you choose! To view more design inspiration for your kitchen, visit our houzz page.

Kountry Kraft offers a variety of custom wood stain colors to make your kitchen as unique as you. Our custom stain matching room allows us to create a customized color for your kitchen. You bring in a color and it’s guaranteed we can match it.

Custom Wood Stain Colors

Giving your home the perfect color palette goes beyond paint. Our finishing process offers affordable options for dramatic accents and focal points throughout the home. With our customized stain matching abilities, the possibilities are endless here at Kountry Kraft.

Some think it is impossible to match the stain color that appears in other elements of their home. At Kountry Kraft, you bring in a sample stain color and we can match it. Our custom wood stain colors make it easy to match different elements of your home to make an entire look come together. We have everything you need for a quality finish every time.

Gunstock Stain Color

Custom Wood Stain Colors on Custom Cabinetry by Kountry Kraft in Ellicott City Maryland   Custom Wood Stain Colors on Kitchen Island Cabinetry in Chester Springs Pennsylvania

One of our most popular stain colors this year was the Gunstock stain color. This stain color can enhance any type of wood, paint or glaze. Gunstock is easily applied and penetrates deep into pores of the wood giving a long-lasting appearance. This stain color compliments the finest wood species and brings out it’s best attributes. Using custom wood stain colors can bring a dramatic effect to your kitchen.

At Kountry Kraft, we make it possible for your cabinetry to resemble you.  View more of our custom finishing options or request our literature for inspiration on custom cabinetry designs.

Kountry Kraft offers customers the ability to paint match their custom cabinetry to ensure that the cabinetry we create will complement the existing colors in their home. Our paint match list makes it simple for them to find the right color for their match. As of June 30, 2016 Kountry Kraft added 15 new paint colors to our already extensive list. Kountry Kraft matches their own paint colors to national brands including; Behr, Benjamin Moore, Dalys Paints Co.,Farrow Ball, MAB, Martha Stewart, Pratt Lambert, Ralph Lauren, Sherwin Williams, Valspar and Wilson Art Paints. Unlike other companies, Kountry Kraft does not charge a paint match fee for colors selected from the Kountry Kraft’s paint match list.

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Kountry Kraft’s New Paint Matches:

paint matchBenjamin Moore Black Panther

paint matchBenjamin Moore Deep Royal

paint matchBenjamin Moore Grant Beige

paint matchBenjamin Moore Old Navy

paint matchBenjamin Moore Simply White

paint matchBenjamin Moore Smoke and Mirrors

paint matchBenjamin Moore Wrought Iron

paint matchFarrow and Ball Calke Green

paint matchFarrow and Ball Cooking Apple Green

paint matchFarrow and Ball Green Ground

paint matchSherwin Williams Halcyon Green

paint matchSherwin Williams Ivory Lace

paint matchSherwin Williams Jasper Stone

paint matchSherwin Williams Light French Gray

paint matchValspar Woodlawn Colonial Gray

Kountry Kraft is always updating this list to include an array of colors for our clients to choose from. Kountry Kraft makes it easy for you to include the perfect color for your home

To see more paint colors Kountry Kraft has available click here.