There are so many fantastic colors for painting furniture and it was so hard for me to get my list down to 16 colors.
I narrowed down the list based on current color trends in furniture/design and the most versatile colors (mix of warm/cool tones).
If you love your kitchen cabinets, but want to add some interest to the space for very little money and time, consider changing the color of your island.
This has been a popular design element for years and is showing no signs of changing anytime soon.
So, today I am sharing 25 colors that will help you.
Put a tarp on a countertop or a work bench, and then set the drawers on it with the front over the edge. Immediately start adding the next series of colors, working from the darker gray to beige to lighter gray, pouncing the wet paint to blend it together. For the body, apply oil-based paint starting at the front working with all the horizontal pieces first, and then the verticals."Dorothy Draper had no qualms about painting a 17th-century chair white — always a white white, never a creamy white. I'd paint a big armoire white, with yellow trim, and display blue-and-white porcelain against the yellow side." -Carleton Varney "This is a soft, muted lavender with a bit of blue in it.I'd put it on a reproduction Louis XVI chair, in high gloss, because that's what makes it modern, and I'd find a fabric for it in exactly the same shade — shiny, like a cotton chintz or vinyl." -Bruce Bierman "I have a big, hugely functional Georgian Revival lawyer's desk in tired dry mahogany.The Creativity Exchange" width="850" height="992" srcset=" sizes="(max-width: 850px) 100vw, 850px" data-jpibfi-post-excerpt="" data-jpibfi-post-url=" data-jpibfi-post-title="16 of the Best Paint Colors for Painting Furniture" This post has been a long time coming.After all these years of creating paint color palettes, I finally took the time over the last few weeks to research and pull together my favorite paint colors for furniture revamps (several of these are awesome cabinet colors too).