Beige kitchen cabinets offer a clean neutral palette that pairs well with nearly any type of flooring, countertops, and walls. Whether your design goals include creating a modern or rustic kitchen, beige cabinets can be the foundation of an enduring style. Read on to find inspiration for using this classic color in your own kitchen.
Beige cabinets can create a sleek, minimalist appearance when combined with light-colored countertops and backsplashes. Use a matte paint finish to enhance the sleek look of the cabinetry. Add a pop of color by painting a kitchen island, door, or other accent feature in a shade that complements the overall palette. For example, the pale neutral-toned beige cabinets and countertop in this modern farmhouse kitchen from Fantastic Frank complement a blue-gray backsplash.
In this kitchen, new semicustom maple cabinets in a mushroom tone (Tapestry Beige by Benjamin Moore) pair with glazed white ceramic tile and marble-look quartz countertops for a fresh, transitional aesthetic. Off-white trim and a patterned porcelain tile behind the range punch up the streamlined kitchen design.
Use beige cabinets in a rustic kitchen to lighten a darker floor and accent the natural wood elements throughout the room. This L-shaped kitchen from Whittney Parkinson Design features Shaker cabinetry in a warm beige hue and a natural oak range hood. Dark hardwood floors and a weathered wood-paneled dining table lend a cozy feel to the modern farmhouse design.
Beige cabinetry and gold hardware create a glamorous kitchen that works in many styles. This palette can be paired with light or dark counters and backsplashes to create an elegant, high-end feel that is perfect for formal spaces. Incorporate a few golden accents to keep the look fresh and modern.