Quick advice needed...paint issues
I am in the process of painting my galley style kitchen's cabinets. The lowers are navy blue and the uppers are butter cream. On one side is the pantry and double oven along with the stove and lower cabinets. My intention was to paint the pantry doors (two wide doors) and the slide-in area around ovens along with the upper cabinets above ovens the navy blue. I worry that the cream on the lower pantry door and drawer below ovens will get dirty too easily. This area just seems more of a connection to the lower cabinets rather than the uppers. Above the cabinets is trim and soffits which I want to cover with beadboard painted to match the upper cabinets to make them appear taller. My issue is with the blue pantry and cabinets above the ovens. The trim and soffits continue above all the cabinets not just the cream ones. Do I rethink painting these cabinets navy? Or do I paint the soffit and trim above navy and the trim and soffit above the others cream? The cream uppers are inset compared to the pantry and ovens as they are the depth of the lower cabinets. Uggh...I realize the cream would be the easier choice but I really can't imagine it on these cabinets.