Based on your theme, you could go for a warm color mixing to produce a natural looking and comfortable space. Cool colors will give you a peaceful atmosphere; while contrasting colors will liven up the place. The Independent Living Centre in New South Wales has published a useful resource entitled “Guidelines for planning kitchens and bathrooms”, which contains very practical design steps and guides.
The following combinations and mixtures may be worth considering as you paint or you re-paint a small space.
White cabinets with earth tone Walls – Always charming to support white cabinets with almost any color on the wall, although earthy walls are a variety of topics such as country, rustic, country, modern, Spanish, cottage, and in the Mediterranean. Go for soft gray, yellow-gold or tan walls, a design that will allow you to withdraw your produce new white lacquered cabinets.
White walls and colorful wardrobes – Beautify and brighten the room with white walls and colorful wardrobes. Green, canary yellow, red, light gray blue or light green cabinets is nice to produce with white walls contrast with a retro design. Art Deco accessories, folk art materials and Chrome devices synchronize with cheerful colors to support the theme from the mid-century modern area. Choose a jade green or aqua color of the cabinet, if you want a refreshing cool atmosphere. Choose a yellow or red shadow cabinet, if you prefer warmer tones.
Gray cabinets against Antique White Walls – If you decide to give a white and gray color scheme with a modern design. Cabinets that are painted gray look charming with stainless steel appliances, like the grays builds unity and harmony in the room. You could warm the room with antique linen or white walls. If you soft, white, instead of stark white deal, so your cabinets, but the draw as the central attraction is also a subtle radiant heat. To soften the place, you can choose to integrate some warm wood tones such as hardwood floors, mahogany bar stools or a teak table and chairs similar.