Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA) just released their thoughts on 2021 Kitchen Cabinet Color Trends (read more here). How does this affect your Greenfield selections, you ask?


Shown above: Full Access construction, Estridge style, Barnwood, Limed.

Designed by Forte Design Studios.

Photography courtesy of Christa Tippmann.

Greige, or grey-beige, doesn’t always have to be a paint, in fact, it could be a stain! Greige is a bit warmer and inviting than your typical cool-tone grey, and makes everything seem a bit cozier. Adding a bit of grey undertone gives any run-of-the-mill beige a modern update, as well.

Explore Greenfield’s Barnwood stain, and add liming (or cerusing) for a more organic feel.


Shown above: Full Access construction, Jackson A style, Paint Grade, Glacier.

Designed by Forte Design Studios.

Photography courtesy of Chris Reilmann.

Year after year, white reigns supreme as a finish choice for homeowners. Why? It can complement any style of home or style, and it’s a go-to neutral for anyone thinking of reselling in the future. It’s also easy to update white cabinets with lighting, hardware and tile with color accents. Greenfield has quite a white collection, Cameo, Chalk, Glacier and Surfside, to name a few!


Shown above: Framed Modern Overlay construction, Medina A style, Paint Grade, Rock Garden by Sherwin-Williams®.

Designed by Jill Warren Design.

Photography courtesy of Michael A. Kaskel.

Green is a great choice for cabinets, especially for nature-lovers. Dark green, like pictured above, can work well in a more traditional concept and lighter greens can bring a sense of new energy to any space. You pick your shade, with painted finishes such as Galloway or Pesto, or even high gloss Acrylic in minty Sprout.


Shown above: Full Access, Augusta A style, Sealskin paint.

Designed by KitchenLab, LLC.

Photography courtesy of Michael A. Kaskel.

Charcoal is definitely trending up this year, with Sherwin-Williams announcement of URBANE BRONZE as color of the year for 2021. Not quite as dark as black, charcoal lends a sense of down-to-earth tranquility and sophistication.


Shown above: Full Access construction, Farmington style, Maxi Teal by Sherwin-Williams.

Designed by Design Group Three.

Photography courtesy of IC 360 Images.

Bold colors are meant to stand out and be seen. Vibrancy is not meant to be muted. Bolds represent optimism and excitement, which is important in a corporate or tech-emphasized world. Greenfield has many bold paint options, such as Eggplant, Jockey and Pedigree.

Don’t forget that Greenfield offers color matching in Benjamin Moore®, Farrow & Ball® and Sherwin-Williams, all for a modest fee!

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