Cooking become more of a chore these days? Maybe a refreshed look will help bring back some excitement to your meal prep! Picture your kitchen walls in these stunning colors from the Boysen Color Trend 2022/23 Move palette.

Neutrals Elevated

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White kitchens are classic but don’t be afraid to try other neutrals as well. High Key is an off-white hue with a hint of warmth. Picture it in a Japandi or Muji kitchen paired with countertops or furniture in wood. It would fit right in. And Hey, Grey! makes for a subtle and complimentary accent color to break the monotony.

Japandi and Muji interiors feature bright and uncluttered spaces that make the most out of natural materials like wood. For these types of homes, it’s best to stick to neutral and muted tones to create a color scheme that encourages a sense of balance and calm.

Scene Stealer Kitchen

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Match your sunshine personality with a yellow like Lemon Pop. Yellow adds warmth and brightness to any space and it’s not just because of its hue. Yellow reflects large amounts of light—great for spaces that are dark or dull. Not one to be outshined is Purple Power Revolution which brings a chic charm to the kitchen.

Not comfortable with bold colors? Think of it as a form of self-expression. Make a statement using hues and impress whoever enters your kitchen. Take a cue from Gen Z and how they embrace maximalism and bringing in a variety of colors to their space.

Color Blocking

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For those with artistic inclinations, take inspiration from famous painter Piet Mondrian and consider color-blocking your kitchen with Fireburst and Deep Plunge. These variations of primary colors red and blue form a classic pairing with a retro feel. Hints of yellow complete the look and vision.

Art gives a point of interest to your space and makes a good conversation starter when you’ve got guests. Aside from a Mondrian kitchen, you can also consider creating simple wall art using paint. We’ve already got so many ideas ready for you. Check out the Let It B Youtube channel and take your pick.

Getting the Colors as Paint

Let’s get some color into your kitchen! The paint colors above make up the Move palette, one of four palettes in the Boysen Color Trend 2022/23 collection. You can have all the paint colors in the collection mixed at a Boysen Mix and Match station (find a list of locations here).

Make sure to see a swatch of your chosen hue in person as well. Colors can appear differently when viewed through a device.

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Jill is a writer on a continuous journey to learn about paint and share them with you, the reader. She has an interest in the technical side of things but also thoroughly enjoys playing with colors. She likes calm greens, quiet blues, and mellow yellows best.

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