What Color Should I Paint My Kitchen With Rustic Barn Decor?
Rustic decorating is a great way to incorporate more neutral colors into your home. While you can still go with traditional wood and white cabinets, more modern looks feature navy blue or gray cabinets. Two-tone cabinetry can add interest to a kitchen while still allowing the color to peek out through glass doors. You can also add pops of color with bookcases and shelving. Muted neutrals and pastel colors are also very natural when decorating in a rustic style.
Sherwin Williams’ Alabaster White
You can choose Sherwin Williams’ Alabaster White as the paint color for your kitchen if you want to give the space an authentic barn look. Alabaster is similar to Benjamin Moore’s White Dove, but it is slightly warmer. It also has yellow undertones but is less pronounced than Alabaster. Both are excellent choices for kitchens, but you can choose one of them if you’re having trouble choosing the right color.
Sherwin Williams’ Silverplate
If you’re painting a rustic barn, you might consider SW Silverplate. This light gray with blue undertones is perfect for Craftsman and Modern Farmhouse interior designs. Pair it with black metallic lighting fixtures, soft off-white linen upholstery, and wooden or metal furniture. The cool color works well with blues, whites, and granite. For more rustic barn decor ideas, browse our collection of color inspirations.
Sherwin Williams’ Pewter Green
Sherwin Williams’ Pewter Green is a stunning farmhouse paint color that also looks good in a media or office room. The hue has gray and blue undertones but keeps the deep green tone. Pewter Green also looks great on trim and molding. It is also a warm neutral that works well with wood-paneled walls. Here are some color schemes to help you pick the best pewter green paint for your kitchen.
Sherwin Williams’ Alabaster Brown
Sherwin Williams’ Alabaster is off-white with undertones of greige. This paint color is a beautiful choice for kitchens that want to keep the overall look neutral, while also making the space feel spacious and bright. Although it is a cool white, it is not as stark as Creamy, and will not pull the room’s color scheme too far to one side. If you have rustic barn decor in your kitchen, Alabaster is a great choice.