Colored Kitchen Cabinets

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Colored Kitchen Cabinets | The Fresh Exchange

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Okay, let’s chat about colored kitchen cabinets. I have always been a white or wood type of girl when it comes to my kitchen cabinets. When we went to update our kitchen cabinets, I instantly thought we should do white, but then I began questioning my decision. It sounds funny, but I then proceeded to head to Home Depot and nab about 40 colors and placed them all over in our kitchen to figure out if a color would make sense. Granted the colors were more like gray, black, dark gray green, and a blue tone so they were still quite neutral, but none the less it was color.

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Colored Kitchen Cabinets | The Fresh Exchange

Colored Kitchen Cabinets | The Fresh Exchange

Obviously, I ultimately chose white because the color decision was too much on my pregnancy brain, but I have still been so in love with how colored cabinets look in the right space.

Colored Kitchen Cabinets | The Fresh Exchange

So I gathered up some favorites and would love to hear your opinion today! Have you done a color cabinet? What was your feelings? Have you gotten bored of it? Sounds so silly, but the getting bored of it is a big reason I just stuck with white.

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Colored Kitchen Cabinets | The Fresh Exchange

So let’s hear it, what are your thoughts?!

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