Cabinets can pop really, when you place them against right colored walls. Once you identify a wood’s overall hue, then you can select one shade of paint for creating one striking contrast. Brown woods really stand out with buttery yellows. Yellow or golden walls appear rich when you pair it with shades that are warm, such as eggplant or red. Light paint heightens red wood’s natural coloring. Antique woods generally bear one patina, which comes along with age. They look good with any kind of shade as their finish is natural and rugged.
Paint strips can provide one idea of, which shades will look best when you place them against cabinets. Taping one strip to wall next towards a cabinet shows you how one color will feel like when you will paint that wall and it gives an idea about how paint and cabinetry work together. You can buy these strips from stores of home improvement.