It is very important to make a distinction between the warm, cold and neutral colours. The first group includes all shades of yellow, orange and red. The colours should be vibrant and combined with neutral colours, which eventually makes the kitchen look warm, cosy and inviting. In addition, the warm colours work on human optimistic senses, certainly improving our mood, thus we feel more positive. When it comes to the cold colours then green and blue colours need to be mentioned. The colours of such range of colours bring a calm mood, relax the atmosphere and especially allow you to get rid of negative emotions. Bright wooden kitchen cabinets look the best on such backgrounds, certainly brightening up the entire room.
As far as the neutral palette is considered: white, beige, brown and grey colours are a part of this category. These colours are very subdued, muted and versatile, so when selecting them, we can be assured that we will not make an error, and the kitchen will look elegant. Of course, they can be combined with other, more saturated colours. We should also remember to not exaggerate and most of all not go to extremes, as this could result in a very negative outcome. Besides, try to avoid the monotony, so if your kitchen cabinets are bright, the walls could be painted with a darker shade to distinguish the furniture from the background.