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Even if you can’t blow out the walls, there are some easy ways to make your kitchen appear bigger than it is. The right paint color can make any small kitchen feel bigger.

So, choose your small kitchen paint color wisely and you’ll be getting a high impact look for a budget price.

If you’ve got a small kitchen, your best bet is a neutral paint color. Gray, greige or creamy tan create a fresh, on-trend look that won’t overpower the small square footage. Extending the countertop up the wall visually draws the eye upward, making the room feel more expansive.

Even if you can’t duplicate the countertop material, you can get a similar look with tiles or paint in the same color, like the kitchen shown here. This is a tiny kitchen, but thanks in part to the open, vertical storage, it still feels lovely and spacious. They’re also easier to clean, which is a necessity in a room where spaghetti sauce is sure to spatter.

You can browse top colors, including a wide range of whites and neutrals perfect for small kitchens.

white kitchen cabinets shelving
white kitchen cabinets shelving
charcoal gray backsplash kitchen
charcoal gray backsplash kitchen
soft white kitchen cabinets
soft white kitchen cabinets
wooden backsplash counter kitchen
wooden backsplash counter kitchen
blue cabinets rustic kitchen
blue cabinets rustic kitchen
scandanavian kitchen white brick
scandanavian kitchen white brick

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