Interior Design Q&A: Kitchen Wall Color Selection Given Woods

What wall color should you select when you have different species and colors of woods in your kitchen?

What wall color should you select when you have different species and colors of woods in your kitchen?

Question.

We have just installed new cabinets in our kitchen. They are dark cherry. We are having a hard time choosing a color for the walls. The floor is light oak hardwood and the counter top is black granite. We are thinking of either a Mayan gold or burnt sienna. Is either of these appropriate?

 

 

Answer.

Both of the colors you have mentioned above should work in your kitchen depending on other color you may have in the kitchen or adjoining rooms. The gold may have a more traditional feel, while the sienna with be more natural and earthy feeling. If you are really stuck between the two, purchase a small amount of each and paint a test patch on the wall that is to be painted. Look at the colors over a few days before making your decision. For more information contact Tuckey Restoration at info@tuckey.com or 717-249-7052.

 

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