Kitchens are focal rooms in our homes. With many grand design features like cabinets, beautiful stone counter tops, back splashes and appliances, choosing a harmonious paint color for your kitchen can be tricky. Benjamin Moore Paint from Blackhawk Hardware gives you countless options to find the perfect color for your walls, trim, ceilings, shelving, and whatever else you’d like to paint.
For kitchen where liquids and food are handled we recommend eggshell, pearl, satin or semi-gloss finishes. These finishes will stand up to the high-traffic and frequent cleaning a kitchen wall often requires. Our friendly paint department associates will gladly guide you in your decision based on your particular kitchen surface.
When it comes to choosing the best paint color for your Charlotte kitchen, you’ll want to keep all design elements in mind. Also consider the colors flowing in to the kitchen area if you have an open floor plan. Below are some pairings we are swooning about!
White walls go with anything! And with the trend of white kitchen cabinetry and light counter tops, white allows you to bring in other colors through colorful design elements like linens and shades. Check out the below kitchen painted in Benjamin Moore’s Alabaster. A fresh choice that reminds me of Italian and Greek statues.
If you prefer more color, let’s take another look at that same kitchen. Colors that always work beautifully with breezy, white kitchens are light blue and light green. You’ll notice the hunter green shades so we chose Benjamin Moore’s Limecicle to match. The wall painted in a lighter shade of the existing green design elements adds just a little something something to make the trim pop.
If light blue is your cup of tea, give Heaven on Earth a try (used in our feature photo at the top of this page).
You’ll want a high quality paint that matches your investment in your Uptown or Southend condo. To keep with the stream-lined design, we love a neutral paint color like Benjamin Moore’s Paper Mache paired with a small accent wall painted in an intriguing shade of your choice. In the kitchen below, Grape Green is a fun focal spot for the modern dining table.
Does your Southend condominium have gorgeous, light-colored wooden cabinets? Pair them with colorful walls reminiscent of seaglass! Benjamin Moore’s Peacock Blue walls and open shelves with an Acadia Green backdrop create a magazine-worthy kitchen. Have some fun with Benjamin Moore’s Personal Color Viewer and pick-up the perfect paint colors for your kitchen at Blackhawk Hardware!