The paint color in your kitchen impacts the mood of the room and also influence your comfort and that of others to work or socialize in it. While the outline color of your kitchen should match the rest of your home, the color should be quiet and stimulating, relaxing and inspiring.
Rustic Kitchen

Warm colors
Red is a warm color, almost hot to be used if there is only one minimum wall space. Much red may cause feelings of anxiety, because the color in large doses tends to overstimulate the senses. Compensates red with a cool white or a tan to play against red heat, creating a balance and provide excitement and comfort in the kitchen brown. The orange and yellow are also considered warm colors, and are less intense than a pure red. Warm colors work well with the traditional design and in particular, with rustic or Tuscan style kitchens. For a more contemporary or modern design, using brighter shades of warm colors that complement the stylish appeal of the kitchen.

Cool Colors

The blues and greens found in nature give you a sense of relaxation to the kitchen space. These cool colors are fresh and work well with both modern design as a traditional one. Lighter shades of cool colors in a kitchen counter dark wood and large appliances. However, dark blue and green tones need more contrast to prevent a feeling of lethargy. Use splashes of red in accessories to offset darker greens, and uses bright white to offset the darker shades of blue.Green found in nature give you a feeling of relaxation space of the kitchen . These colors are fresh and cold work well with both modern design as a traditional one. The lighter shades of the colors in a kitchen counter cold dark wood and large appliances. However, dark blue and green tones need more contrast to prevent a feeling of lethargy. Use splashes of red in accessories to offset darker greens, and uses bright white to offset the darker shades of blue.