Find The Perfect Color Palette for Your Kitchen

Find the perfect paint colors for your kitchen

By Sharon Johnson


When you dream of your perfect kitchen, no doubt you dream in color. But which color, precisely? Bone white or antique white? Navy or marine blue? Terra cotta or sable? The Sherwin-Williams Chip It! color-matching tool helps you choose the right color the very first time. Simply drag the Chip It! tool into your toolbar, click on the tool, then click on any online image you love. The tool instantly pulls from the Sherwin-Williams extensive paint library to produce a palette of the colors in the image. It's easy and fun!

Try Chip It! on these fabulous designer kitchens. You'll have your perfect paint palette assembled in no time.

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Kitchen by Joseph Grainda

Brilliant Blue

Marine blue walls make for a striking contrast with the bright white cabinets. It's a quintessential nautical color combination, though the look is made more formal by the classic lines of the cabinetry, the elegant crown mouldings, and the upscale appliances and finishes.
by Joseph Grainda

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