Kitchen Color TrendsMarch 23, 2017
This year, we see a lot of very sophisticated, muted, neutral tones in kitchen design trends. From lovely soft coral and dusted pink, to rich earthy greens, bold silvers, dark grays, and deep blues. Combined or separate, these colors are ideal for kitchens, whether you want to create a timeless, neutral space, or make a bold and dramatic statement. Here are some of our favorite color trends for this year:
You’ll see a lot of these very soft, dusty pinks this year, and they’re just gorgeous in kitchens. The subtle hue adds a very tasteful splash of modern whimsy to an otherwise neutral kitchen and is beautiful as a tasteful accent wall. Particularly impressive when paired with dark grays and browns, we love these pink hues.
Hunter green is a bold choice for kitchens, but the intersection between drama and this rich, classic color works beautifully. It is nicely accented with creamy whites, copper, or even paired with the dusty pink mentioned previously. It works for both classic, stately looks or more modern, playful décor. We’ll certainly be seeing a lot of this rich hunter green this year, and we think it’s great.
Soft, timeless yellows are always a great choice for bright, cozy kitchens, and they’re quite stylish this year as well. Yellow is a great option for a kitchen color because it will remain fashionable for many years, and paired with classic whites and country-style furnishings, your kitchen will always be en vogue.
This beautiful, dark orchid has been trendy for a few years, and we’re euphoric to see it isn’t going away. It’s certainly very bold and dramatic, but paired with classic whites, or accented with copper; it is just stunning and utterly timeless.
Shades of Grey
You may have noticed a lot of the other color trends we’ve mentioned featured along with either dark or light grays, and this is a very on-trend color combination for this year. Grey is just stunning, and sophisticated, in a kitchen, and a great base color to build on with accent colors or classic pieces. You can go totally traditional or modern with gray, and it looks chic and stylish either way. Grey is a great pair for all the popular kitchen colors this year, but it works great on its own as well.