Benjamin Moore Hale Navy for the kitchen island was a game changer in my kitchen. In January, I painted my kitchen ceiling and walls with Revere Pewter…. while watching Love Actually- twice. I loved the updated color which lightened up my kitchen in a few hours. But, with the lighter kitchen the island looked dirty with shoe scuff marks and errant spaghetti sauce.
I wanted a darker color and discovered Hale Navy for the kitchen island.
Kitchen Island Before
Hale Navy provided a dark shade of navy for an area that gets a lot of dirt when friends of all ages grab a snack or a quick dinner. Boxed pizza makes a visit to the island at least once a week.
And, the best part of painting the kitchen island a bold color? Kitchen islands don’t require a ladder to paint. And, finished this paint project in like twenty minutes. And, if I didn’t like the results it would have been an easy correction.
I love the look. It adds a much needed splash of color to the kitchen. I added Hale Navy to a few other niches in my house. I have added matching window treatments to the windows in the nook (details to follow). Love it!