Choosing a Color for Painted Kitchen CabinetryBy Dee Funk / March 13, 2023 Cabinetry Paint
The old way of choosing a color for painted kitchen cabinetry is gone! After seeing our clients struggle with traditional paint swatches, we created the Kountry Kraft Color Studio so you can easily see different paint colors on virtual cabinets at the click of a button. Here are three simple steps to follow in order to find the perfect color for your painted kitchen cabinetry:
Choose the Cabinet Style You Like Best
Before heading over to the Color Studio, take a moment to browse our Custom Cabinet Door Style Options to see which one you like best. Kountry Kraft offers a wide array of traditional, transitional, and contemporary cabinet door styles with inset and full overlay options. The door style adds just as much character as the paint color, so make sure to take full advantage of our custom cabinet door styles!
Brick Kitchen with White Cabinetry Located in Madison, New Jersey designed by Justin Sachs of Stonington Cabinetry & Designs
English Walnut Farmhouse Kitchen in Lambertville, New Jersey designed by Wydian Kitchens & Design; photographed by Designer Appliances; edited by Wydian Kitchens & Design
Select a Finish
Today’s focus is on painted kitchen cabinetry, but we love a beautiful stain finish as well! That’s why we’ve created two different tools for the Color Studio—the Paint Swatch Tool and the Stain Swatch Tool. Simply decide which finish you prefer and select the appropriate one. For now, let’s continue on to the Paint Swatch Tool to find the perfect color for your custom painted kitchen cabinets.
Pick Out the Perfect Color (or Two!)
Finally—we’re ready to find the perfect paint color (or colors!) for your custom kitchen cabinets. The Paint Swatch Tool will help you visualize how each of the 65 different colors available will actually look on your cabinets. It also allows you to mix and match different colors on the wall cabinets, base cabinets, and island so you can try over 150 different color combinations.
The tool is super simple to use, but check out our previous post “Introducing the Kountry Kraft Color Studio” for a quick tutorial. View our Gallery to get inspired by our past clients’ custom painted kitchen cabinets!
Have fun and take some time to play with the tool! You never know what color or combination of colors will surprise you.
When you’ve settled on the color(s) for your painted kitchen cabinetry, please contact us so we can discuss bringing your custom kitchen cabinets to life! Additionally, follow Kountry Kraft on Instagram and like our Facebook page for more kitchen design inspiration.
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