The room of the house that acts as the heart of a family and its well-being is the kitchen – a place for preparation of hygienic delicacies to stimulate the taste buds of the residents. One doesn’t need to stress on the importance of food on our everyday life. We live to eat and eat to live. So place where we cook food has to be one of the cleanest and the most equipped place of our house.
This is important because until and unless one starts to love and respect their kitchen, they won’t be able to cook good food. Loving ones kitchen is all about having a proper set up of equipment’s in the kitchen, and having a good colour in the kitchen that matches with one’s personality. So that when one enters the kitchen, they feel happy about being there. That’s what creates the magic for cooking up a great meal.
For painting kitchen the most common choices of colours are generally white, red, yellow, blue and grey. Such soft neutral colours lend a homely comforting atmosphere inside the kitchen, and make the kitchen look more spacious by reflecting light across the room.
Colours that are warmer in nature, like for example red, are a very popular colour for foodie kind of persons, as it helps in vivifying our appetite. Plus the red colour comes in various shades and is incredibly flexible as it looks good both on kitchen wall as well as other utilities in the kitchen.
For people choosing white colour for their kitchens, it will reinvigorate your mornings and also brings about a positive energy as soon as you step inside the kitchen. The white colour is also highly versatile as it will provide a contrast with the dark colours in kitchen.
Blue is also another colour that is in high demand for painting kitchens. Light shades of blue can be used for colouring the kitchen ceiling, walls or even cabinets and it brings about a refreshing and a smooth look inside the kitchen. It is recommended that the darker shades of blue should be used as sparingly as possible or contrast it with much lighter colour like white, as the darker shades of blue tends to be a bit overpowering and makes the kitchen look a bit rather than vibrant.
Another popular colour for kitchen painting is yellow. It has very tranquil feel to it and helps in enhancing the look of the kitchen. This colour is recommended for use in small kitchens as it makes them look bigger and brighter. This colour should be preferably used with moderate or warm hue like red or dark grey.
The Colour quality is also a key factor in painting kitchen. A colour that is made up of cross linking polymer should be used as it is highly durable and very easily washable. Kitchens without electric chimneys should always opt for a darker shade of colour as the lighter colours tends to absorb the soot generated due heating of oils much more quickly than the darker colours.