It’s easy to see why Fall is everyone’s favorite season in the Georgia. The brilliant, changing foliage, weekends at apple orchards and pumpkin patches, and those cool temperatures make it perfect for evenings around the fire with apple cider and hot cocoa.
Fall is also the perfect time to give your kitchen that fresh upgrade you’ve been thinking about. As we head into the last few months of the year, what better way to prepare for upcoming holiday parties and entertaining your guests than to mimic the bright and beautiful colors you see outside? Luckily, you don’t have to do it alone – a talented group of Woodstock house painters is ready to help you get the job done.
Savor Sophistication with Different Shades of Blue in Your Kitchen
As the days get shorter and the light begins to change, choosing a deep blue and light gray combination will give your kitchen an air of sophistication. When you use interior painting colors such as Evening Shadow or Gray Screen to lighten up your cabinet space, while pairing them with walls painted a rich blue like Salty Dog or Dress Blues, your kitchen will feel warm, welcoming, and ready for fall.
Combine Metallic Accents with Sunny Yellows for a Happy Kitchen
There are many reasons why Georgia natives love the harvest season, but perhaps one of the most obvious reasons is the radiant oranges, reds and yellows of the changing leaves. You can bring the magnificently bright hues of fall inside by splashing your kitchen with a coat of Lemon Twist or Daisy yellow. Then, add a few metallic copper accents such as a chandelier shade, cabinet doorknobs, or cooking utensils to give it a more modern flair.
Don’t Be Afraid to Go Dark: Contrast Colors in Your Kitchen
All-black kitchens are starting to make a comeback. But instead of limiting black to just appliances, imagine the class and style you can add to your kitchen by painting your walls and cabinets a shade of Tricorn Black with a few pops of Firebrick or Chinese Red. Red and black is a timeless combination, and it also makes a perfect transition palette for both autumn and winter.
Stay Neutral with a Palette of Warm Tones in Your Home
Sweaters, lattes, and nature – what do they all have in common? Neutral tones. While the leaves are morphing into shades of radiance before winter comes, you can look to other parts of nature for interior décor inspiration. A rich chocolate like Raisin or French Roast mimics wood bark and earth, while a beige like Dirty Martini or China Doll balance out the depth and darkness, making you want to sip fancy coffee beverages in your kitchen all morning long.
Choosing the right color palette for your kitchen doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming – J. Stevens Painting offers free estimates and can help you decide on the perfect fall inspiration for your home. Contact J. Stevens Painting today for your free quote.