Thursday, July 25, 2013

Kitchen Color Help

If you follow me on Instagram you know that I've been looking at various shades of white for our kitchen cabinets.  Y’all I’ve been so anxious about this, which I know is completely irrational, over the top, & a first world problem, but I just can't pick a color.  I found a website where I could upload a picture of our kitchen and “paint” with our color choices.  Can you help me narrow it down? Now keep in mind that the counter tops will stay but the back splash is changing to a light shade of white as well.  The wall colors are gray.
What do you think?Kitchen Collage
xoxo Darby

9 comments :

Jessica said...

it's honestly hard to tell! they look a lot alike! i would say that the first one looks best to me, though. i would hold the colors up to your floor and back splash too to see what looks best with those. it also depends on what tone you want. if you want a cool white or a warm white. the floor might pull out a warmer tone. which are you leaning toward?

Jamie said...

Don't rely too much on those paint visualizer applications. In my experience, they don't show the color even close to correct. But with that said, I like number 1.

Joy said...

I like 1 and 3... but 3 and 4 look a lot alike.

Ashley Barnhill said...

Oh boy, that is tough!! I like #1.. it's not as "bright" as the others.

Meg Cady said...

My vote is for #1 as well!!!

Simply Camylla said...

To be totally, totally honest, it's very hard to tell the difference! The biggest diff that I saw was that the 1st choice looks a little yellowy which could come off as looking dirty, other than that they are all beautiful!!

Not much help, Sorry!


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Morgan said...

Hey, you spilled a little paint on your floor there! ;-) Seriously, though, they all look alike!! I know there must be subtle differences in person. I was going to say 1 or 3, which seems to be what most others are choosing too! What brand of paint are you using? When we did ours in the old house years ago, I believe ours was called "pearl essence" and it was Glidden. Since then, we've kinda switched over to Sherwin Williams, though, with the exception of Aubrey's lavender room and that one is Behr.

Meg O. said...

I have no idea what to tell you!!! LOL! I am probably the wrong person to ask. I can't really tell a difference but I say go with the advice others gave! haha

Lauren said...

Because of the tan walls, I think the pure white (#2) may be too harsh. I would go for an off white, but that's just my opinion. If you had a different color on your walls, I think it could work. I'm no interior designer. Lol.

If you can't decide from these pictures, you could always buy a paint sample and do part of a cabinet and decide in person. It's white, so it shouldn't be difficult at all to cover up the one you decide against!

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