We are about to explore a wide selection of ideas that will guide you in the choice of wall colours to use in a classic kitchen. If you’re literally going crazy looking for the colour solution that best suits your needs, you’ll probably find the right source of inspiration and some practical tips here.
If you choose to furnish a kitchen in a classic style, our advice is to opt for pastel colours, always elegant and never excessively intrusive, keeping in mind the materials and the chromatic nuances of the furnishings as well as the tiles, the cementines or the slabs that will occupy the wall in correspondence of the cooking area and the sink.
As always, we want to remind you that you will be able to test the wall colours of your kitchen conveniently online simply by using the wall colour simulators that you will find at your disposal free of charge.
The neutral par excellence, the perfect adaptability to any type of material and shade… we naturally start by presenting white as a colour for the walls of classic kitchens, which you can then use in a tone-on-tone version (for example on classic white kitchens) or in different shades of natural wood. Choosing white means giving the room a decidedly brighter and wider touch, perfect therefore if you have a small kitchen at your disposal or if you like to perceive a wide range of things.
Another real classic in terms of colours for the walls of classic kitchens is beige, given its characteristics of elegance and refinement, the ease of matching and the merit of never going out of fashion. Here you can admire the different uses of beige in combination with furnishing and decorative elements.
Very modern and with a sophisticated charm, grey is one of the most appreciated and used colours not only in the kitchen but above all in open space solutions that are therefore integrated into the kitchen and living room. You can choose between different shades of grey, starting with dove grey and then moving on to the much stronger smoke of London up to the delicate silver.
Vibrant colour, rich in positive energy and perfect for illuminating rooms: we are talking about yellow which, in different shades and particular nuances, is one of the favourite wall colours in a classic kitchen because of its versatility in terms of combinations.
From the pomegranate load to pastel shades such as salmon, here is all the suggestion of the orange chosen as the colour for the walls of classic kitchens. You can create striking colour mixes, for example green, yellow and orange, or use it in combination with white or wood.
If you want to give your kitchen a lively yet relaxing touch, pastel green could be just the wall shade you’ve been looking for. Here are some striking examples of use and combinations.
A light blue, a petroleum shade or the choice of a much more charged overseas shade, we have finally come to the discovery of a further and evocative color to be used within a classic kitchen. Perfect for lovers of shabby chic or country chic atmospheres.