Paint Color Ideas For Kitchen And Adjoining Dining Room



Use of color visualizers and paint-chip combination suggestions can help you see the possibilities before you paint.

Gray especially transitions well between adjoining spaces because you can lighten or darken it a shade or two to subtly change each room without appearing to have changed the color at all, and neutral on neutral combos never really go out of style.

Add variety through textured natural fibers such as burlap, bamboo or hemp.

Apply sage-green as the main paint color on the kitchen walls, picking out small cranberry details for patterns in rugs, curtains and main furnishings.


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Paint ceilings, wood trim and cabinets white in both rooms to visually join them.

You could simply ignore the problem and paint whatever colors you like best, but they may prove visually incompatible on the walls.

A better way to create harmony between rooms is by emphasizing color choices within the same family, using complementary colors or by making gradual transitions using different shades of the same colors.

Unexpected small touches in bright citrus colors or turquoise on pillows, vases and other decorative items will really pop against larger furnishings in black and white in contemporary settings; and for a warmer, more traditional look, hand-rubbed woods on larger furnishings and permanent fixtures such as tables and cabinets is classically elegant.

Turn it around in the dining room, with cranberry walls and sage-green accents.

The Color You Should You NEVER Paint Your Dining Room! by thedecorologist.com

It often ends up feeling cold, which is the opposite of what you think should happen.

To me blues and greens are more organic, and compliment the wood tones instead of highlighting it’s faults like red often does.

I was not expecting us to rearrange furniture, wall decor, photos, etc.

It’s still in its original orange-toned finish – is that shellac?

The colors you chose are so much prettier and pleasing to the eye.

Makes our dinner guests (even if it’s just us and the kids) look great, which adds to the dining experience.

My friend recommended me to you after you helped her with her house in the “touch of turquoise” post.

I do not want to paint the trim because we just got new custom windows in off white.

Be prepared for partially empty plates & a lot of leftovers.

The color red is a slower wavelength than blue toned colours.



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I have been struggling for ideas and this is perfect!

I also love blue in dining rooms, provided the room gets good light and isn’t north facing.

And not just any avocado green, but one that looked like a day old, half rotted avocado would look.

I think was makes the dining room work so well is the warmth of the blue, things might be different if it were a cool blue.

I also agree that it looks terrible with many types of woods.

The after photos are so much more softer and easier on the eyes for sure!

I couldn’t believe how quickly she figured out my style and helped me narrow down a color palette from which to work.

I noticed you used a color called gray cashmere in the entry way of the above project, but what was the blue used in the dining room?

My question is, can these blues work next to an off white trim?

Grey walls with orange accent wall in living room and serene green in dining.

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Cover an alcove with a subtle patterned wallpaper, and then amp up the color with a matching rug.

This particular shade changes throughout the day depending on the light in the room.

Whether you want to go super bold, or just find a way to make neutral look less boring, we’ve got ideas upon ideas to get you started.

Either way, it looks killer with a brass, geometric pendant.

It keeps it from overwhelming, and also plays up the architectural details of the room.

Even though it’s a bold color, a sunny yellow still keeps a space feeling light.

Add contrast to the serene gray by upholstering chair backs with burlap.

No matter what the weather actually is outside, you’ll feel like you’re eating in a garden.

Bold Dining Room Color Ideas by thisoldhouse.com

So why not create a worthy backdrop for the festivities?

Extending the deep shade to the crown and panel moldings and to the windows and their trim gives the space a seamless look—and the airy white ceiling a lift.

Eclectic furnishings in shades of linen and espresso brown help keep the sophisticated shade from looking too formal.

When this deep hue is paired with light-colored furnishings and ebonized wood floors, as shown here, it can turn even a casual space into something both grander and more intimate.

The color on the walls shown here is tinged with brown, which is brought to the fore by the room’s other warm accents, including rosy red furnishings.

Pale flooring and plenty of natural light help keep the high-octane hue from feeling too intense.

When it reaches all the way to a high ceiling, as it does here, it can also balance out dark flooring and furniture while bringing focus to a light-colored ceiling and an eye-catching chandelier.

Paired with clean white, this saturated hue can make a gathering space feel not just classic but also cozier.

Despite its depth, it feels comforting and familiar, and looks especially fresh setting off pale furnishings and white trim.

Repose Gray Walls In The Living Room by rainonatinroof.com

They can mix colors of just about any paint brand, just tell ’em the name and brand!

Its no big surprise that it took me two years to even begin thinking about re-painting our main living space.

There is no messy tray to trip over and track paint all over your floors.

I also usually end up paying for it in the end, though!

I really hate painting because we don’t have the right equipment.

I just wonder, is grey going to go out of style soon?

But right now, just my walls are gray, repose gray to be exact.

The same happened in my bathroom, the nursery, the guest room, and our bedroom.

There is no running back and forth to your paint tray hundreds of times.

When your roller needs more paint, you simply twist the handle and keep rolling.



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We’re on the lookout now, and may finally be making an offer soon.

The Best Benjamin Moore Paint Colours For A North Facing Northern Exposure Room by kylieminteriors.ca

Have you ever walked into a room and gotten the chills?

Warm colours will help create balance in a north facing room.

In a north facing room, the undertones will be a bit less obvious than in a south facing room and it will act like a warm, but neutral feeling paint colour – keeping in mind the undertones/colour will come out a bit more once the sun goes down.

A lot of people think marble is just a white/black thing, but it can come in some interesting colours!

Affinity is so great is because most paint colours are made up of 3 or 4 ‘colours’ mixed together.

The previous owner had painted it light blue, which to me just sucked all the life out of it.

Almost magically it looks great both in the daytime and at night.

There is a separation between the two rooms created by a step down and a half wall.

The beige paint colors in the rooms are all wrong, washed out and sickly.

I have been going crazy trying to find the best color for my north exposure low light (sun room outside plus lots of trees) living room.

My first thought was to paint all the walls white just to get some light in!

Is there such a thing as a warm gray suitable for northern light?

We also have a cream colored couch so it must be painted asap.

When the direct natural light hits it, it might wash out a bit, but overall it could be pretty with the cream couch!

This is an interesting colour and you’ll have to see how it jives with your cream couch.



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It might still be a bit too flat feeling for you, but it’s worth checking out!

I have never had a problem picking out paint color in my life until our current home.

A north facing or northern exposure room will not get any direct warm sunlight throughout the day which means that it won’t benefit from the warmth (visual and physical) that natural sunlight offers.

They might also have reduced light due to an overhang/patio above the window or dense landscaping that blocks the sky.

But beware, just because these rooms are ‘bright’ doesn’t mean they are warm feeling.

A north facing room without much natural light can suffer not only from being more shadowed but by having to deal with the gray undertone of the natural light that is offered – giving the room a more shadowed and cold look.

However, the natural light itself can slightly wash out (gray out) some paint colours due to the gray nature of the light, while slightly enhancing cool tones such as blue, green and purple.

While cool colours can be great accents , generally speaking, too many cool tones can double the effect of the already cold exposure and add to the chill of the space.

This shows you how susceptible some neutrals are to picking up reflections – that is the green landscaping outside the window!

I have a 12 x11 basement room with no windows and need ceiling and wall color advice.

Affinity colours often have as many as 8 colours in them, meaning that they have a lot more depth and interest – good for you for noticing it!

I don’t necessarily want to paint both rooms the same color.

Florida, high-rises, etc.), we bought a place where two rooms face north.

You’ve given me great guidance on finding a bolder warm wall color that will stand up and be noticed.

If it’s a room that you are in only in the evenings then you might not need to worry at all!

The depth and richness of this gray actually made my space feel warmer and more intimate than it ever had!

It gets tons of light (mostly bouncing off the wall of the white house next door) but also has tons of shadows.

I feel like it picks up all the green coming in from the back yard as well so it is just a sickly, bland room.

It is a lighter colour with a cream (yellow) base and a good dollop of greige (beige/gray) in it to stop if from being overly colourful.

Farmhouse in the midwest with original red oak wood trim everywhere.



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But our living room has posed the challenge 4 large windows and 1 small window all northern exposure 1 large window with west exposure all in the same room.

We painted our living room the gentle cream and the an accent wall split pea!

I have a north facing wall in a large space and it faces the ocean.

We tried a pink mauve and sone darker blues like turquoise and ended with a greige but its not working against the concrete floor.?

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This is a guide about choosing paint colors to coordinate with a blue/gray couch.

I removed it and then thought about a wall color that would enhance my red counters.

It resulted in a perfectly harmonious color blend, and an accent to my counter top color!

Just find that color in a paint chip, and look for the coordinating colors offered.

By changing some accessories as pillows, vases, and such, you can have a new and exciting look several times a year.

I like neutral colors tans, khakis, browns (can always change theme w/these kind of colors).

When you go w/ the cabin them you can add all kinds of colors mostly rustic and earth tone.

Inexpensive accents you can change seasonally would be small area rugs or fun cushions in bright colours like red or orange.

I also have navy carpet throughout my house and had my walls painted a baby blue but the feeling was cold and the contrast was too sharp.

Navy usually is a neutral color so you want something on the walls that won’t make both the wall and carpet ‘pop’ which is usually lighter colors.

This sounds busy, but since the furniture is almost completely all white upholstery, it’s really not so crazy with too many colors.

My parents preferred other forms of art than paintings or prints.

You have to live with it, don’t worry about what others think.

I do not know what color to paint the walls and what color rug to get.

If you can also give some tips on the bedroom, which would have a carpet of my choice in it and the bathroom now is pink with pink tiles, sink, and toilet.

Find out about any new flooring and exposure to water before purchasing!

Didn’t seem to work out to be a problem, but you always need to know all the ins and outs before investing in home decor!

Now she has to work extra hard just to keep the place looking nice.

How about restricting it to the master bedroom where it will get less traffic?

I was able to find a three-color coordinating scheme that included my red counter top color, and painted my walls with one of those three colors.

My suggestion would work if you were trying to coordinate with a piece of furniture too.

Navy with the tan couch and walls painted with one of these pretty new shades of red would be pretty.

Or paint one wall a barn red and use accents like pillows in that red and blue.

If you are into online shopping try lane bryant home or demestications they both have great prices.

But also can paint walls tan or if you dare something bright go for a red wall and add an antiqued american flag them.

Hard to do well, and a pain to repaint if you don’t like it.

Orange actually works well with blues, as well as khaki, some browns, reds and whites.

I would try a mid tone and maybe keep your furniture the same, but add little things that draw the eye and try to create balance.

I don’t know what color the walls should be from the entrance into the living room which will also include my dining area.

The dining room furniture is dark brown with black specs as is the living room 3pc table set.

The tables are brass with glass tops, and a pecan wood table.

We don’t need two pianos and there isn’t room for them at the new house.

I really hate white walls, having grown up in a house with nothing but white walls and little artwork hanging on those.

People never used to worry about have one room match the one next to it.

Painting a ‘home’ you live in is so much different than painting a ‘house’ you are selling!

It has to be a good living room color but also compliment the bar scene.

Also, a friend has a drooling dog – whose trail wasn’t obvious with carpet – but it is with the new flooring.

If you are planning on having kids or pets think twice!

In general, use 2 or 3 colors in varying intensities throughout the house.

My curtains are bold with a beige flower and black background.

How To Choose Paint Colors by bhg.com

Take your hue cue from a paint color used in an adjacent space.

Choose paint colors with undertones that match the golden, red, orange, or gray undertone’s in a room’s wood finishes.

Choose colors opposite each other on the wheel to shape high-impact complementary palettes.

Determine whether your primary hue reads cool or warm and whether it is active, passive, or neutral; weigh these qualities when you choose accent colors and paint sheens.

Once you’ve narrowed your paint color choices to two or three, bring them into the space via sample boards.

Paint each hue and its accent color on a 1×1-foot piece of poster board.

Paint colors will appear more intense and darker once they’ve dried.

Instead, ask store staff to blend the paint using 1/2 or 1/4 of the selected color’s formula.

Buy a sample of the paint color you like best and paint a 2×2-foot square on the wall.

Check how the color looks under natural and artificial light and at varying times of the day over the course of several days.

If a color makes you happy, you’ll love how it looks in any room.

Carry that color into the space you’re painting to create pleasing room-to-room flow.

For example, if one room has orange sherbet walls, choose an orange hue two or three shades lighter to use on the ceiling of the room you’re working on.

Select paint colors that mirror a marble’s veining, enhance stainless-steel appliances, or complement brickwork’s colorations.

Use fan decks when you’re choosing different paint colors and want them to share a tonal range.

Check the boards against the room’s furniture, fabrics, surfaces, and artworks to see which color pair or pairs complement your belongings best.

As you’re narrowing down your choices, also buy a paint sample that’s a shade or two lighter than your contenders.

If you see a color that you like, but prefer it in a lighter shade, you can’t just add white.

Leave all the furnishings in the room, as other colors, patterns, and textures will affect how the paint color appears.

Repeat the testing process until you settle on a paint color that perfectly suits your purposes.

Dining Room Paint Colors 2018 Design Schemes by diyhomedesignideas.com

Have fun with paint colors for walls and experiment with bold unexpected hues.

Many of the most popular dining room paint colors in 2017 embodied this idea, bringing rich saturated hues to walls and ceilings.

This is an especially great look for dining rooms in open-concept living areas.

While it may seem overwhelming, an easy way to accomplish this is selecting your top samples then painting a large board in these colors.

Do not be intimidated — we will teach you how to select the best dining room paint colors for your home, sure to enhance the space.

As you stand in front of that daunting display of paint swatches, understanding how to select the right shade for your space may seem impossible.

Warm shades are rooted in yellow or golds and, as their name suggests, are considered warmer and more inviting than cool colors.

Carry it through the space and compare hues against each element to find the best one.

Paint has the ability to makeover any room, transitioning from traditional to contemporary with just one coat.

Floor coverings and decorative fixtures like doorknobs and lighting elements should be considered prior to making a decision on how to paint a room because it is important that these elements are coordinated with your color scheme.

14 Calming Colors by housebeautiful.com

It’s a bold (and more modern) take on the blue and white kitchen.

Choose a soft, pearl shade and accent with silver tones and whites.

Not only is it calming, but it can go with almost any decor style.

If your walls are a loud, vibrant, or just plain crazy color, it’s going to do nothing for your stress level.

Its gracefulness and subtlety are perfect for a dining room.

Add plush pillows and a soft throw and you’ll want to lounge in the space all day.

That way, your eye isn’t jumping from dark walls to light trim.

We can practically hear the rain falling outside now.

It also works perfectly with blues to create an even more calming space.

Try cream or off-white — the warmer tones feel more inviting.

No matter where you actually live, this shade of blue will take you there.

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