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Paint colors that would look beautiful in the kitchen

Choosing the right color for the kitchen walls can be tricky. On one hand, you want that color to allow you to create a pleasant work environment. On the other hand, you also want the kitchen to be a nice place to socialize with friends and family. Then there’s also the problem with cleaning. A darker color for the walls would conceal most flaws and marks. Let’s see which colors would make good choices.

1. Blue.

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If you want your kitchen to be soothing, relaxing and calming without feeling boring and monotonous, blue would be a nice choice. it would create a bright and airy look and it would also be great for creating contrasts in case you have darker furniture.

2. Yellow.

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Since it’s so sunny and friendly, yellow is a beautiful color and a suitable choice for the kitchen. It’s a classical and it can also be associated with lemons, cakes and other delicious things prepared in the kitchen.

3. White.

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White is a neutral and it matches with everything. It’s a very common color in the kitchen, especially those that are small. It creates the impression of a larger space and it makes the room feel airy and less cluttered.

4. Black.

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Used alone, black is a scary color. But when you combine it white you get a classical and elegant mix. Add a bold accent color such as green or purple and you get a very stylish kitchen.

5. Green.

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Since it’s so refreshing, green is a great color for the kitchen. It’s reminiscent of fresh vegetables and plants and it’s also a bold and beautiful accent color. Also, green looks especially beautiful when paired with white.

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Posted in Kitchen on September 14, 2012

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Simona Ganea
She may not be very fond of people, finding them annoying most of the time, but she still enjoys helping them from the shadows. Her attention to detail drives others crazy yet remains her most appreciated characteristic.

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