those cabs are very nice. changing them to gray would be a huge mistake, as previously stated. And, do you have any idea what it would cost to get those done? prob in the 6-8K range. For that price you could get a brand new countertop and backsplash in a whiter shade, and solve your problem. That's a whole lot of golds/red/orange.... remove the two middle issues, replace w/cooler whites. also, for now, try to change the light bulbs to 4000K. bring in a natural jute rug to throw down in the middle of the wood floor to also break up the reds/yellows. look at these pics w/white countertops and splashes. doing the counters/splash will be night and day. (and your wall color) BTW, soapstone looks beautiful with cherry if you really must paint, you could do two tone cabs and just paint the fridge side cabinets. although I did find one w/gray cabinets on the side.
BM Sweet Spring is the wall color.
Walls are Grant Beige
The other consideration is whether you live really close to the ocean or not. Our projects are almost all on the beach coast of California and because of the indoor-outdoor living prevalent in our design we take the salt air into consideration when picking. Because of the use of the large movable glass walls and bifold glass walls that we use on lots of projects, the entire living area is open to the ocean has effect on more than just exterior choices. Let’s take a look at some of the most common finishes available for architectural ironmongery, and assess whether they are suitable for exterior coastal use. Solid Brass: YES if unlacquered, NO if Lacquered. Polished Chrome: YES if used on a solid brass base metal, NO if used on a zamak base metal. Satin Chrome: YES if used on a solid brass base metal, NO if used on a zamak base metal. Satin Nickel: YES if used on a solid brass base metal, NO if used on a zamak base metal. Antique Brass: YES if the finish is created by oxidization, NO if it is a plated finish. Black Ironmongery: YES but with care and maintenance Porcelain and Ceramic: YES. Aluminium: NO. Wood and Timber: YES but with care and maintenance. Stainless Steel: Grade 316 only, may corrode by the sea. Solid Pewter: YES Plain Cast Iron: NO Glass: YES, but be aware of the base metal of the rose or backplate.