The new year is the perfect time to embark on a beautiful interior transformation. It doesn’t have to be anything too extravagant. Even something as simple as changing the colour of your kitchen cabinets can make your existing space feel new again. If you’re looking for new and exciting ideas, consider these kitchen cabinet colour trends for 2022.
Bright and Sunny
The past few years have been hard on everyone, and we all could use a little extra sunshine in our lives, especially during the dreary and grey winter months. Why not embellish your kitchen cabinets with a bright yellow makeover? Contrasted with a bright white or grey background, yellow kitchen cabinets are a beautiful focal point that draws the eyes in immediately and can brighten up your mood instantly.
Classic Neutral Tones
Neutral tones like white, black, grey, and cream go with just about every other colour combination and they never go out of style. You can keep it simple with a flat tone or spice things up a little with a few ornate embellishments. If you really want to add a little visual texture to your kitchen design, then you can choose a dark or light countertop to contrast your cabinets.
A Touch of Pink
Most people tend to associate the colour pink with Barbie’s Dream House, but you don’t have to go that far with it. Pastel colours are very much in right now and a light touch of pink can be just what the doctor ordered to brighten up your space and your mood. And it doesn’t have to be for your cabinets either. You can choose a light neutral tone like a white or cream colour for your cabinets and pair it with light pink decorative accents for little pops of colour in your space.
Get whisked away to the sunny and sandy beaches of a tropical island locale every time you walk into your kitchen. We could all use a little vacation to de-stress every now and then. With ocean blue kitchen cabinets, you can practically feel the warm sun and cool soothing sea breeze in the air. Envision yourself lying down on a folding chair and relaxing as the waves come crashing in on a beautiful remote island. Even if tropical and nautical themes aren’t necessarily up your alley, light blue kitchen cabinets have the power to create the ultimate relaxing atmosphere in your home, especially when paired with a crisp white backsplash or wall.
Citrus shades like bright lemon yellow, auburn, orange, and a little bit of lime might elicit nostalgic feelings of your parents’ or grandparents’ kitchen from the 1970s, but they can also be done right with a modern twist. Your kitchen is simultaneously the hardest working and most social part of your home. Modern open concept kitchens also include a dining area, which makes this space all the more meaningful and special. Give it a little extra pizzazz by sprucing it up with some fun, bright, and summery colours.
Black and White Minimalism
Sometimes a little can go a long way. Minimalism is another modern home decor trend that we predict will continue forward into the new year. Whether you choose to do two-tone cabinets or choose to keep it simple with a monotone, you can’t go wrong with classic shades like black and/or white. Both of these shades lend themselves perfectly to modern home decor and can be combined with a variety of other colours and styles. You can have an all-white background with black accents or vice versa.
Just make sure you’re choosing the right configuration for your space. The right decor is all about playing into optical illusions to highlight the best features of your space. White kitchen cabinets can make even the smallest kitchens with minimal natural lighting look a lot bigger. Dark cabinets add a regal sense of elegance and luxury to a large kitchen with an abundance of natural lighting.
If your goal is to create a relaxing yet functional kitchen atmosphere that everyone can appreciate, then choose a light creamy or sandy kitchen cabinet colour. Sandy hues are the perfect way to put everyone and anyone who enters your kitchen immediately at ease. Give your kitchen a warm beach-like feeling by incorporating various sandy tones like greys, browns, and beige.
Grey is probably one of the most simplistic and popular kitchen cabinet colours on the market. It’s a timeless neutral tone that’s perfect for creating a crisp, clean, and modern aesthetic in any space. For contrast and to brighten up the space, you can pair it with a simple or ornate white back splash. Grey also lends itself nicely to a two-tone kitchen cabinet design. You can have white cabinets on top and grey on the bottom. Alternatively, you can have all white cabinets along the walls of your kitchen and paint the cabinets on the island gray for an even more noticeable contrast.
Peach is so much more than a popular fruit in the state of Georgia. It also has the power to elicit feelings of warmth and comfort that perfectly complements wood tones and counter tops in a rustic kitchen.
Given ongoing environmental concerns and people’s desires to return to nature in recent years, it’s pretty safe to say that the future is green. Earthy tones like sage and evergreen mixed in with light browns and beiges give your kitchen modern yet organic undertones coupled with a sense of serenity that can only be elicited by nature.
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