2017 Color Trends for Your Kitchen Makeover

A fresh new coat of paint can make a space feel brand new. Whether it’s because the change of the seasons or a change in style, you can give your kitchen a facelift in one afternoon. We promise it will be utterly satisfying and well worth the hassle. Sometimes it takes time to really process how a color makes you feel, and with the ability to switch it up when the colors just don’t feel great anymore, you can say “goodbye drab,” and “hello fab” with this quick remodel trick. Here are a handful of 2017’s color trends for the kitchen for a little inspiration:

The “Almost White” Gray

If gray is a bit too gloomy for you and white is just a tad bit to bright, then this trending hue is just for you. This color is the happy medium between sterile and relaxed, resulting in a clean and calming look that is easy to fall in love with.
Inspired By:
BEHR – Drizzle PPU26-14
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Benjamin Moore – Marilyn’s Dress 2125-60
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The “Comfy Cozy” Neutrals

For a style that is more laid back and cozy, you can’t go wrong with a combination of neutrals. Pulling together the wood elements in the room, this kitchen has an earthy feel that is charming and homey. This color trend is classic and timeless because, in all honesty, when will a cozy kitchen ever go out of style?
Inspired By:
Pantone – Papyrus 11-0107 TCX
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Sherwin Williams – Umber Rust SW 9100/202 C7
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The “Classy Cool” White

We all know that all-white kitchens have become the next big thing. With an ethereal and clean feeling, this paint choice is a go-to for designers and homeowners alike. Often color choices can be made to highlight the details in countertop or backsplash choices, and in this space they have done precisely that. You can’t go wrong with this classic look and you’ll be amazed at how new the space will feel with these lighter color choices.
Inspired By:
BEHR – Ultra Pure White PR-W15
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Benjamin Moore – Snow White 2122-70
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The “Tell a Tale” Teal

We all are inspired by nature in some shape or form and for some, the coastal scenery is something we just can’t avoid. For a dreamy addition to your lovely kitchen space, look to some sea-inspired hues to lift your spirits. Tell a story through your design and let each element of the room participate in bringing your coastal-inspired dream to life.
Inspired By:
Benjamin Moore – Waterfall 2050-50
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Pantone – Billowing Sail 11-4604 TCX
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The “Graceful” Gray

This cool and collected trend is one for the books. With the potential to fit virtually any style, whether blatantly contemporary or utterly farmhouse obsessed, this kitchen color will support your design through the years. Not to mention, there are an endless amount of grays, from cool to warm or light to dark, there’s a graceful gray that’s just for you.
Inspired By:
BEHR – Moonquake N450-4
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Sherwin Williams – Gray Matters SW7066/236-C3
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The “Pop of Luxury” Purple

For a luxurious twist in the kitchen, do not fear the beauty of a deep purple hue. Tones of this rich color are being incorporated into the most glamorous of designs, whether on the runway or in interior design, and this certainly will make your design stand out among the rest by giving it personality and style.

Inspired By:
Pantone – Imperial Purple 19-3528 TCX
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Benjamin Moore – Lavender Lipstick 2072-50
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The “Boldly Brilliant” Blue

Blues are most definitely making their way into the spotlight in 2017. The charming and classy look of navy and royal blues is becoming a desirable choice for beautiful kitchens. These bold color choices give a high-end look that looks bloody brilliant in interior designs. This look creates a unique runway-inspired space that exudes the confidence of top designers and their celebrated works of art.
Inspired By:
BEHR – Flashy Sapphire P520-7
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Sherwin Williams – Frank Blue SW 6967/176-C3
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The “Black Out” Ebony

So colors aren’t exactly your style, and you like clean, simple and contemporary which may mean that black is the answer to your kitchen design. This sleek style will take your space into the modern day world with a sophisticated look that is arguably the most dignified kitchen color choice of 2017. In this picture alone we can instantly see how brilliant the color of food looks in this ebony kitchen, and who doesn’t want their decadent dishes to look as savory as possible?
Inspired By:
Pantone – Caviar 19-4006 TCX
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Benjamin Moore – Black Satin 2131-10
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The “Glad You’re Home” Green

With the Pantone’s Color of the Year being Greenery it comes as no surprise that this green trend is overwhelmingly accepted and celebrated by the design world in 2017. This happy hue is reminiscent of the great outdoors and is a feel good color we just can’t escape. No wonder it is so loved, especially in a world where so many are in need of encouragement and uplifting vibes to make it through our day-to-day activities. It is easy to get lost in the turmoil of the world and the daily stresses of the workplace, which is why this color is so inspiring and a great way to transform your home into the mecca of happiness and comfort for you and your loved ones.
Inspired By:
BEHR – Springview Green P380-6
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Pantone – Greenery 15-0343
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Tell us what your thoughts are on these kitchen color trends for 2017 in the comments below. We also love to see kitchen transformations that you’ve done and what you think helped make it a successful venture.

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Happy Friday!

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