Choosing Cabinet Paint to Complement Your Countertops

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Once you’ve chosen your dream countertops, the search begins for the perfect cabinet paint to complete your vision. But sometimes, it can be hard to know where to start. Should they completely match? Or is too much contrast off-putting? Is it best to be somewhere in the middle? Here, we’ll go over a few basic style combinations to get your space looking fresh and put together!

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Light & Airy

Light Countertops / Light Cabinets

If you’re looking to brighten up your space, going with lighter colors for both your countertops and your cabinet paint will do a lot of the heavy lifting. Pair bright appliances with lots of natural light, and you’ll quickly find that your kitchen has become your new “happy place”. To avoid a completely monochrome kitchen, however, you may want to consider adding colorful bar stools or appliances into the mix!


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High-Contrast

Light Countertops / Dark Cabinets

To achieve a balanced, homey feel for your kitchen, opt for a contrasting design between your kitchen countertops and your cabinets. White quartz countertops paired with deep blue cabinets and gold hardware will quickly transform your space into something worthy of its own feature on HGTV. The possibilities are endless here, so play around with different combinations to find the perfect fit for you.


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Dark Countertops / Dark Cabinets

Pairing dark kitchen countertops with dark cabinetry is a great method for developing a luxurious and dignified space. But be warned, it’s dangerous territory to go this route if you lack substantial natural lighting in your kitchen. Consider incorporating a pop of color to avoid making your space feel dreary. One bright accent wall will work in a pinch!


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Break the Mold

In the end, what makes your home truly feel like “home” is designing what feels right to you. Use these tips as guidelines, but feel free to experiment with out-of-the-ordinary designs that will leave an impression on your guests! They say the kitchen is the heart of the home, so make sure whatever design you go with is one that brings you joy every time you step into it. Of course, if you decide you’d like a little help, our experts are always ready to help you decide on which countertop material, cut and finish will help you achieve your goals.



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16575 Commercial Ave, Baton Rouge LA 70816