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Create a brown kitchen by employing different shades of this earthy tone, ranging from sandy beige to chocolate brown. Browse pictures of brown kitchens to see how the earthen tone creates both old-world and modern kitchen designs. Find kitchen decorating ideas for introducing the comforting hue through cabinet finishes, hardwood or stone floors, travertine backsplashes, marble countertops, and paint colors. See how to enhance traditional dark brown kitchens and brown cabinets by adding stainless-steel appliances, polished-black granite or gray concrete countertops, and glass-door upper cabinets, which keep expansive blocks of brown from appearing top-heavy. Like a contemporary look? Discover kitchen designs that set slab-door cabinets and open shelves rendered in light and natural brown finishes in front of sky blue-painted walls or white tiled walls. Explore ways to create color-reverse kitchens by using milk chocolate or deep brown walls to showcase white, cream, or buttery yellow cabinets and keep interest running high with ceilings painted in a lighter shade of the wall color or in a complementary hue. Peruse our gallery of brown kitchens to see how painted barstools, patterned fabrics, and accessories in tones of lime green, lemon yellow, ruddy russets, and crimson brighten views.


Here’s another kitchen with creamy cabinets and chocolate brown stone counters with the brown continuing on the backsplash. Please, what ever you do, do not paint your cabinets screaming white if you are going for a brown counter and backsplash, it will look like a white 90’s kitchen with new brown granite. Your cabinets must be cream or beige with this much brown. White with brown is way too stark!


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just found your blog…great advice. i had a question. i've got country kitchen cabinetry being painted in Cloud White. And to save cost with the builder, I can only paint the main floor walls one colour (even the trim, picture frame moulding crown moulding, kitchen walls, living room, dining room). I want to pick yet another white. Do I just go with Cloud White again? Wouldn't that be bland? Or something like Simply White? Oxford White? Any suggestions anyone?


Joy September 03, 2010, 2:51 pm Leave reply just found your blog…great advice. i had a question. i've got country kitchen cabinetry being painted in Cloud White. And to save cost with the builder, I can only paint the main floor walls one colour (even the trim, picture frame moulding crown moulding, kitchen walls, living room, dining room). I want to pick yet another white. Do I just go with Cloud White again? Wouldn't that be bland? Or something like Simply White? Oxford White? Any suggestions anyone?


Wow! Wish I had found your website 4 months ago, but then again it might be difficult in my rural area to find a designer with as much experience and as straight forward as you. I re-did my 20 yr old dated kitchen (without designer consultation) and am thrilled with everything EXCEPT the very expensive granite counter tops. I picked out my granite from a sample of “blue pearl – level 5” in the show room. Then drove to their bright sunny granite yard to pick my slab. Little did I know that when the slabs are upright (not horizontal as the countertop in the kitchen) with sun shining on them, you can’t really tell the true under-tones. When it was installed, I was practically in tears because what I thought was going to be a blue-gray color was now navy with green/brown under-hue installed in my kitchen. I hate it and have been fighting with the granite installers for over 3 months and getting no where (they said that is THE stone slab I picked out – and all stones vary from the show room samples). Wishing I had a designer like you with a keen eye to see the granite and all it nasty undertones before installation. Thank you for all your insight and sound advice. Now to read more of your website for more tips.


sarah February 02, 2017, 3:32 am Leave reply Wow! Wish I had found your website 4 months ago, but then again it might be difficult in my rural area to find a designer with as much experience and as straight forward as you. I re-did my 20 yr old dated kitchen (without designer consultation) and am thrilled with everything EXCEPT the very expensive granite counter tops. I picked out my granite from a sample of “blue pearl – level 5” in the show room. Then drove to their bright sunny granite yard to pick my slab. Little did I know that when the slabs are upright (not horizontal as the countertop in the kitchen) with sun shining on them, you can’t really tell the true under-tones. When it was installed, I was practically in tears because what I thought was going to be a blue-gray color was now navy with green/brown under-hue installed in my kitchen. I hate it and have been fighting with the granite installers for over 3 months and getting no where (they said that is THE stone slab I picked out – and all stones vary from the show room samples). Wishing I had a designer like you with a keen eye to see the granite and all it nasty undertones before installation. Thank you for all your insight and sound advice. Now to read more of your website for more tips.


Maria, I am in the process of trying to pick out a color for my cabinets in an off white or cream. I do not like the yellow under tones in many of the cream colors I have seen. So far I have pick out swiss coffee my BM. It is a nice off white with a brown under tone. My granite is a mix of different shades of brown and black. Do you think this color will look good? Will it be too white ? I will be having a cabinet maker paint new doors and I am going to paint the face of the cabinets so I can’t make a mistake. Help ! Thank you, Darlene


Darlene December 13, 2012, 2:20 pm Leave reply Maria, I am in the process of trying to pick out a color for my cabinets in an off white or cream. I do not like the yellow under tones in many of the cream colors I have seen. So far I have pick out swiss coffee my BM. It is a nice off white with a brown under tone. My granite is a mix of different shades of brown and black. Do you think this color will look good? Will it be too white ? I will be having a cabinet maker paint new doors and I am going to paint the face of the cabinets so I can’t make a mistake. Help ! Thank you, Darlene