Kitchens.com Offers Paint Colors for Every Kitchen Style

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New interactive color feature offers expert paint palettes for popular kitchen styles

Bright green paints were expensive to use during the Colonial period. For most homeowners, painted furniture or walls featured muted green tones, produced usually by mixing soot with yellow ochre or oxidizing copper.

The Choosing Color by Style section helps readers select paint colors appropriate for their home and visualize how it will look before they hit the paint chips.

Choosing the right paint colors for a kitchen can overwhelm even the savviest homeowner. Fortunately, a kitchen’s design style lends itself naturally to certain paint colors, whether the kitchen is a bold and sleek Contemporary design or an Italian countryside-inspired Tuscan style.

With style-inspired color in mind, Kitchens.com turned to the country’s leading color experts to create the Choosing Color by Style guide. The new interactive platform features lifelike 3D renders of seven popular kitchen styles like Art Deco and Victorian designs. Users can “paint” the walls, trim and cabinets of rendered kitchens in expert-selected paint palettes chosen for their historic or stylistic realism. With multiple angles to view each kitchen, the user sees the full impact that new paint colors could have on their own homes.

“Our readers so often write to us with questions about color palettes for their kitchens,” explains Caitlin Grogan, writer at Kitchens.com. “The Choosing Color by Style section helps readers select paint colors appropriate for their home and visualize how it will look before they hit the paint chips.”

The Choosing Color by Style section reveals that as popular home styles have changed, so too have the colors that homeowners have put in them. Never before has the evolution of color design been so easily and visually demonstrated.

About Kitchens.com
Kitchens.com (http://www.kitchens.com) is a comprehensive resource for homeowners seeking information and inspiration for their ideal kitchen. This independent online publication features photography, design trends and ideas, new product updates, product buying guides, and handy how-to information on planning and budgeting—all in a user-friendly format that puts knowledge at consumers’ fingertips.

Founded in 1996, Kitchens.com is based in Chicago.

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