The colors of painting oak cabinets in your home can improve, showcase or mix with wood. Neutral colors can accentuate the details of wood grain in cabinets, floors and trim. Shades of light brown, white and beige add to the softness of oak. Dark neutrals, such as stone and gray, can lend a rich feeling to a room trimmed or decorated with oak. Neutral colors of light add to the bright, well-ventilated feel of a room, while dark neutrals can give it a more smoke-filled appearance.
If you really want your oak trim, furniture or cabinets to stand out, go with dark painting oak cabinets. Dark brown, blueberry or forest green ads having freedom to the room and extracts the lightness of its oak wood. But the use of dark paint colors can make the room feel smaller and less bright. Instead of painting the entire room in a solid dark color, you can paint an accent wall in a color such as navy blue or eggplant. Add the color of the paint next to your oak to blow it out.
Then if you are going to paint the whole room, an accent wall or some pieces of wooden furniture, painting oak cabinets in bright colors like cherry red or a neon tone attract attention to color. Divert attention from the oak wood in your room by painting with bright colors. If you are going to paint the whole room, an accent wall or some pieces of wooden furniture, bright colors like cherry red or a neon tone attract attention to color.