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Kitchen Kitchen Colors To Explore

3 Colors You Should Explore for Your Kitchen in 2023

May 15, 2023 at 5:00 PM PST
Kitchen Kitchen Colors To Explore

3 Colors You Should Explore for Your Kitchen in 2023

May 15, 2023 at 5:00 PM PST

Are you looking for kitchen colors that can last for years to come? If so, you’re going to want to bookmark this. Experts have agreed that these three colors are colors you should explore for your kitchen in 2023. When it comes to determining the colors you want for your kitchen, you don’t want a color scheme that is only trendy for a spell. You need a color that will stand the test of time and reflect your personality and mood.

Several paint pros told Better Homes & Gardens that the hues they are excited to see in kitchens this year are all nature inspired. Nature-inspired hues are fitting for a kitchen because they can create a sense of warmth, freshness, and calmness in the space.

The Kitchen Colors for 2023



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Dark Green

Dark green as a kitchen color can not only ground and calm you, but it’s also versatile. You can add a bold color to create some contrast or add something more subtle like neutrals or white.

Patrick O’Donnell, a color consultant and international brand ambassador for Farrow & Ball, explained that bold colors aren’t going anywhere any time soon. “Dark colors are still proving immensely popular, and none more than our blackest green,” he stated.


White is not just a traditional color for a kitchen, it’s just a color that works throughout the year. It makes your kitchen look clean and bigger.

Valspar’s Director of Color Marketing Sue Kim enjoys white as a kitchen color. “The colors we choose for our home reflect how we want to capture positive moments and make them a lasting experience,” Kim explains.

With white, your decor options are limitless and your kitchen will always have a classic look.

Dusty Pink

If you want to lean more into the cottage-core and soft-life aesthetic, then a beautiful dusty pink is the color you should explore.

“Team it with a gentle off-white, such as School House White by Farrow & Ball, on your walls and ceiling to keep the flow of gentility through your kitchen space,” O’Donnell suggests.

Gold and natural-colored woods will also complement a dusty pink. No matter what color you pick, just don’t be intimidated to use a little color. You don’t have to choose a bold color to make a big statement.


Whether it’s luxury or ease, every area of your home should be as fabulous and unique as you.



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