36 Paint Color Ideas For Your Kitchen

The colours we pick to adorn our kitchen with are far more essential than we might realise. This is because, while making a decision, we must consider that the atmosphere should be nice enough to enjoy while still allowing us to work actively.

1. Dorian Gray

Dorian Gray (SW 7017) is a pleasant, neutral grey with a medium depth. It’s a fantastic neutral option for people who want a grey hue with a little more substance than a light grey. It looks well with brilliant white trim, as do many greys. This hue is unique in that it goes well with warm colour palettes (think: red brick fire hearths, wooden flooring, lush decor accents, etc.). It also works perfectly with hardwood floors in darker or medium tones. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Nerolac Paints or Dulux Paints.

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2. Ice Cube

SW Ice Cube is a purer and colder (due to its blue undertone) kitchen paint colour. It will feel cool and clean after it is applied on the wall. It has mild bluish-grey undertones that go with almost anything. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Berger Paints or Dulux Paints.

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3. Pale Orchid

Pale Orchid is an amethyst purple with a plaid purple undertone that is soft and subdued. It’s an excellent choice for kitchen wall colours. For a distinctive colour scheme, use it with dark brown walls. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Shalimar Paints or Indigo Paints.

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4. Forest Green

Green is a hue that represents rejuvenation and vitality, so it’s no surprise that it’s a favourite among renowned designers, particularly when it comes to paint for kitchen. When combined with marble countertops and hardwood flooring, forest green cabinetry is unlikely to appear childish. Try the Combination from Berger Paints, Nerolac Paints or Dulux Paints.

5. Tyrian Purple

This one-of-a-kind hue stimulates intelligence and has an effortlessly beautiful feel about it. Tyrian  Purple, when paired with the correct surfaces and accessories, may completely transform a kitchen and turn it into a show-stopper. For modern minimalist kitchen wall colors, Tyrian Purple and sleek appear to go well together. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Nerolac Paints or Berger Paints.

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6. Celadon

Celadon is a hue with grey and jade undertones. Celadon is a subdued, unobtrusive colour that mixes blue’s calm and peace with green’s feeling of renewal and rejuvenation. Choose from an exclusive range of grays and whites from Asian Paints, Berger Paints, and Shalimar Paints.

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7. Mossy Barks

This shade seems to have a mossy green and a clay undertone. It would look stunning with unlacquered brass hardware and polished Calcutta Gold marble worktops in a kitchen. Choose from an exclusive range from Shalimar Paints, Indigo Paints and Asian Paints.

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8. Grey Buck

The flexibility of grey as a decorative colour is one of its most appealing features. Gray, unlike many other hues, can be both warm and cold. Despite the fact that grey is considered neutral, the undertones influence whether the grey is warm or cold. Choose from an exclusive range of grays and whites from Asian Paints, Nerolac Paints and Indigo Paints.

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9. Beachcomber

This light blue with a tinge of green paint colour is gentle and subdued, making it a lovely choice for a bedroom or bathroom. For a cheerful start to any day, use it in the kitchen and dining room. Choose from an exclusive range from Dulux Paints, Indigo Paints, Nerolac Paints and Shalimar Paints.

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10. Mystic Sky

Mystic Sky is a very light red-orange hue. Smooth tones make up Mystic Sky, which offers a powerful modern statement. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Indigo Paints or Berger Paints.

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11. Pearly White

Sherwin-Williams’ Pearly White is a white and, also, an off-white paint colour that is neither too bright nor too frigid, but does lean toward peach and pink under certain lighting circumstances. It’s really stunning, and it’s a great imitation of pearls! Try the Combination from Shalimar Paints, Nerolac Paints or Dulux Paints.

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12. Oyster White

White tea white with a rustic green undertone, Oyster White is a light, understated white tea white. It’s a great hue for all of the walls in a room. Pair it with dark olives. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Shalimar Paints or Berger Paints.

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13. Sage Green

Sage green is an excellent choice for kitchen walls since it is a soothing and natural colour. To make a tiny kitchen appear more roomy, use sage green wall tiles against white/light grey walls. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Dulux Paints or Berger Paints.

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14. Cream

It’s a flexible hue that’s great for creating a traditional kitchen since it’s soft, welcoming, and still a neutral but somewhat warmer than white. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Nerolac Paints or Berger Paints.

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15. Fern Green

This vibrant green colour brightens up any room in the house, from the kitchen to the closet. We prefer to pair it with navy and brighter tones like salmon and white in the fall. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Indigo Paints or Berger Paints.

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16. Medium Blue

Lighter hues of blue are preferred for walls, cabinets, and even the ceiling since they may produce a sharp, clean effect. Blue is an energising hue that works best when utilised in moderation; otherwise, it may overwhelm a space. Try the Combination from Dulux Paints, Nerolac Paints or Asian Paints.

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17. Hazelnut

The adaptability of hazelnut is what makes it so appealing. It pairs nicely with blues and purples to create a sumptuous dark atmosphere, but it also looks great with white if you like simplicity. Try the Combination from Nerolac Paints, Shalimar Paints or Indigo Paints.

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18. Muddy Blush

Consider colouring all of your kitchen panels a faint, muddy blush pink if you want to bring a lot of colour to your kitchen without overwhelming the senses. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Nerolac Paints or Berger Paints.

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19. Alabaster

Alabaster is a subdued and appealing white tone that is neither harsh nor too warm. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Dulux Paints or Berger Paints.

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20. Balanced Beige

When it comes to kitchens, beige is anything but dull. It’s a fantastic basis for bolder colours or accents like deep blues, vivid yellows, and brass hardware since it quickly warms up a room. Try the Combination from Dulux Paints, Indigo Paints or Berger Paints.

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21. Moonshine

One of the greatest cool-toned paint colours is moonshine, which is a really soft and light green. In some lights, it takes on a greenish-grey hue. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Indigo Paints or Berger Paints.

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22. Pink and Green

Pink walls were once thought to be reserved for children’s rooms or vintage baths. Pink-colored walls are sprouting up all over owing to the popularity of millennial pink. Paint the shutters apple green for a nice contrast. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Nerolac Paints or Berger Paints.

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23. Red, Blue and White Kitchen

Two-tone cabinetry complement a bright-colored refrigerator in this retro-styled paint for the kitchen. The open and airy feel is enhanced by the clean white top walls. The geometric floor tile adds a contemporary accent to the space, keeping it from looking too tacky. Try the Combination from Indigo Paints, Nerolac Paints or Shalimar Paints.

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24. Blue, Green and White Kitchen

In this kitchen, calm, soothing hues bring about tranquillity. The earthy green kitchen wall colours and two-tone blue and white cabinets add to the table’s welcoming charm. ​Find these primary hues at Indigo Paints, Asian Paints and Nerolac Paints.

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25. Red

Red is a fantastic colour to use in your kitchen to create drama and excitement. It may also be quite comfy if used correctly. Add a few red touches to the wall beyond your backsplash tiles or a single surface if you want to keep it basic. Red paint looks great on door trimmings and skirting boards, especially when paired with wallpaper and a neutral colour scheme. Try the shades from Asian Paints, Nerolac Paints or Berger Paints.

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26. Bold Gray

As more homes go toward darker tones, this deep grey is a great place to start: It’s a warm, earthy neutral that goes with a wide range of colours, textures, and designs, but adds a bit more flair and intrigue than your typical greige. Find different shades of gray at Asian Paints, Dulux Paints and Berger Paints.

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27. Matte Black

Maintain an identical balance between the two colours to get the appearance, with black covering the bottom cabinets and island (for instance) and brilliant whites kept for the upper portion of the kitchen. The addition of warm woods to the mix softens the contemporary feel of the colour combination. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Nerolac Paints or Berger Paints.

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28. Pale Blue

Pale blue makes for an excellent kitchen paint colour introduction for the colour averse, not just because they have the same simple and clean feel as their neutral contemporaries, but rather because of their mental health benefits – the colour blue helps individuals feel cool, relaxed, and collected, which is ideal for hardworking kitchens. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Indigo Paints or Berger Paints.

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29. Earthy Pink

An earthy pink is an ideal alternative kitchen wall colour for beige or white, even the kitchen, because of its lightness and adaptability. The difference is that it adds a splash of colour to a room, instantly transforming it from plain to lovely. Try the Combination from Shalimar Paints, Nerolac Paints or Berger Paints.

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30. Peacock Blue

Peacock is a darker variant of turquoise that is both fashionable and relaxing (it is, after all, suggestive of the ocean). In a two-toned kitchen, pair it with brilliant white to instantly convert your kitchen into a work of art. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Nerolac Paints or Berger Paints.

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31. Red and Brown

This kitchen paint colour scheme is perfect for mountain houses with a view of the lake in the backdrop. The woods on the walls are dark brown or reddish, and the majority of the furnishings are red. Light marble or light wood might be used for the countertops. Try the Combination from Shalimar Paints, Nerolac Paints or Indigo Paints.

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32. Turquoise

You can select a gentle shade of blue that soothes and helps you appreciate more of what you’ve done if you’re seeking for tranquillity – so you don’t stress while cooking. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Dulux Paints or Berger Paints.

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33. Apple Green

Apple Green is a happy paint for the kitchen that radiates positive energy and exists in a space where no colour is out of place. Try the Combination from Shalimar Paints, Nerolac Paints or Berger Paints.

34. Orange

Orange is a hue that is frequently ignored in kitchen design. A warm pumpkin tone, on the other hand, could be exactly what you need in your kitchen. This wall colour looks fantastic with dark wood cabinetry. Get this hue from Asian Paints, Indigo Paints or Shalimar Paints.

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35. Yellow

If you want something subtle, relaxing, and perfect for a rustic kitchen, choose 1-2 light tones, such as turquoise and yellow, and use one for the top cabinets and the other for the bottom cabinets. Try the Combination from Asian Paints, Nerolac Paints or Indigo Paints.

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36. Pastel Blue

Like the two tones that are combined in the cabinets and walls of this kitchen, a bright pastel blue subdued with accents of grey. The darker floor helps to tie the room together. Try the Combination from Dulux Paints, Nerolac Paints or Berger Paints.

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