This means that and you paint your cabinets white, you’ll create a high contrast look.
This will make your space look smaller and reduce the visual flow as there’s more ‘stop and start’ when your eye travels around the room.
While it’s a quick fix, there are a lot of other simple and inexpensive things you can do.
To embrace our kitchen until we’re ready to remodel, I made a few simple changes.
If painting cabinets white and updating countertops and a new backsplash aren’t in the budget or your husband refuses to paint perfectly good oak cabinets, you’re not alone.
The one person I’ve met (virtually) who did a FAB job is Julie Blanner.
The same applies and paint your cabinets a mid-toned / darker colour.
If you have stainless steel appliances you have the flexibility of going either way – just keep in mind that if your stainless steel has a lot of black detailing, this will contrast with white cabinets, so be sure to check out your details.
And they will still BE wood – they will just be painted wood. f that is your target market then just keep them stained and call it a day.
However, if you’re looking to appeal to a younger and more modern crowd (69 years and younger) then you’ll want to consider painting them.