Kitchen Design 2017
This kitchen gives you a glimpse at several of 2017’s most prominent kitchen trends: The white and off-white color palette is right on-trend for 2017. Pullouts and rollouts are making kitchen organization easier. Pieces that look like furniture are adding sophistication to current kitchen environments. Parquet flooring is trending up and is being used everywhere in the home, including the kitchen. Kitchen lighting has shifted from utilitarian to remarkable. The eye-catching light fixture in this kitchen gives you a dazzling example of this. Open shelving remains a top trend for 2017. Innovative wine storage solutions are of interest to consumers right now. The kitchen designer is Gina Bon, CMKBD, Airoom, LLC of Lincolnwood, Il. Photographed by Sherie Cervantes.
Kitchen Design 2017
This kitchen is on-trend in multiple ways: There’s an interesting mix of different materials and surfaces. Prominent color blocking is evident. The predominant colors in this design are dark ebony and white, which is one of the top kitchen color palettes for 2017. Wood flooring in the kitchen is a big thing right now. Warming drawers are currently popular. The one pictured here includes universal design features such as ergonomically angled controls. The kitchen design pictured here is by Nar Fine Carpentry in Carmichael, California. The Photographer is Fred Donham of Photographylink.com.
Kitchen Design 2017
Bunches of top 2017 kitchen trends are evident in this picture: A trendy color-blocked palette features black, white and vivid green. The barstools and furniture add elements of mid-century modern design, while the architectural details and artwork hint at mountain modern style. The subway tile backsplash and open shelving are carryover trends that remain current for 2017 kitchens. Jewel-tone colors are a new emerging trend. The vibrant green accents in this kitchen are a prime example of how to use jewel tones effectively in the kitchen. Photo Courtesy of Behr.com.
Kitchen Design 2017
Want to update the look of your kitchen? Maybe you’re interested in remodeling your kitchen, or you’re building a brand new home. Or perhaps you just want to upgrade a few important details in your existing kitchen décor. If you’re freshening up your kitchen in any form, before you spend any money, it pays to get informed about the current kitchen design trends for 2017.
Kitchen Design 2017
After studying thousands of different resources including web pages, blog posts, articles, press releases, bestseller lists, store displays, catalogs, magazines and emails, these are what we’ve determined are the most important kitchen trends for 2017. We hope you found these insights interesting, helpful and comprehensive. If you’re in need of more in-depth information, the references linked below are the ones we found to be most authoritative and useful out of all the pages we looked at when compiling this trend report. You’ll find much more interesting reading material on the topic of 2017 kitchen trends if you visit these pages.
Kitchen Design 2017
Staff at Glidden chose “Byzantine Blue” as their 2017 color of the year. I grabbed a Byzantine Blue paint chip for reference. After studying the paint chip and mulling it over, I’m confident in saying I prefer a lighter wall color than this. I do think Byzantine Blue would be a lovely color for kitchen DIY projects like painting kitchen islands, open shelving, kitchen barstools or china cupboards to give the kitchen some color.
1 “Mixing metals is my favourite kitchen design trend for 2017. I think it reflects a more individual, less formal approach to design that is popular with millennials and non-millennials alike. While it takes a bit of an expert eye, it is totally appropriate to mix metal finishes in your faucet, cabinet pulls, chair legs and pendants!” – Designer, Lisa Canning.
On the other hand, National Kitchen and Bath Association members report that they’re currently designing and installing significant numbers of new gray kitchens. Many top paint manufacturers have prominently included grays in their color trend forecasts for 2017. By all appearances, gray is shaping up to still be an item for 2017 kitchens.
Brio Interior Design 2. Personalization. Homeowners won’t shy away from incorporating colors, patterns and decor they love into their kitchens in 2017. As a result, Lockhart anticipates more personalized kitchen spaces. “While white is still popular, it’s not personalized, so we’ll see more individualized kitchens through color and materials,” she says. Colors will range from pink and black to jewel tones, while materials will emphasize geometry and texture. You can also expect to see decor items such as area rugs and runners to add even more personalization to a kitchen.
In January of 2017, GE announced a new Black Slate finish for some of their GE Café™ appliances including single and double wall ovens, hoods and dishwashers. They plan to add Black Slate refrigerators to the product line in spring of 2017.
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Keeping up with kitchen trends isn’t quite like peeking over your neighbor’s fence, but it’s close. Flash in the pan or not, trends can give us cues for increasing a home’s short-term resale value or simply inspire us for an upcoming renovation. We caught up with designers Jane Lockhart and Gail Drury for a preview on how homeowners will design their kitchens in 2017. They’re confident these 10 trends will rule the cooking sphere this year.
A transitional kitchen is one that incorporates elements that are both traditional and contemporary. In the past few years, transitional was an important design style for kitchens, with many homeowners remodeling their kitchens to reflect this style. We expect to see transitional kitchens remaining popular in 2017.
3 “One top kitchen design trend I love is to have sections of the upper cabinet extended onto the counter. Let’s face it, we all love our small appliances (i.e. toaster oven, espresso machine) but we may not want them on display all the time. A multi-purpose kitchen island has been the go-to solution to disguise the microwave and dishwasher, but unless the island is 10 feet long, it is challenging and perhaps impractical for the island to house the small appliances we use daily off the counter. By having the upper cabinets extended to the counter and small appliances sitting behind doors, you can achieve a sleek design statement without sacrificing your morning coffee!” – Blogger and Decorator, Tim Lam.
‘We’re anticipating a rise in popularity of grey, black and white tones in the kitchen. These colours can work to varying degrees, whether it’s entire cabinets, worktops or appliances, or subtle hues coming through in various details and accents such as kitchen accessories. While black and white have always been popular finishes, 2016 has seen demand for grey products surge and we expect that demand for grey surfaces of all shades, to be a key trend for 2017.’ – Max-Top
4 “In 2017, we will continue to see cabinetry painted white and various shades of grey. I think that we will also see cabinetry painted warmer tones such as greige (grey & beige), taupe and mushroom. Islands in a different colour or stain than the perimeter cabinetry will continue to be prevalent. In addition, handcrafted islands that look like furniture with legs will be popular for that unfitted kitchen look. It also adds personality and charm and the kitchen then looks like it has evolved over time. Quartz as a counter will continue to be popular as consumers become aware of its benefits.” – Interior Designer, Vanessa Francis.
5 “After years of white on white kitchens, our clients are asking for something different again. While you might not want to paint an entire kitchen in one colour to stand out from the crowd, the tendency in 2017 will be to mix natural wood, paint and metals in the kitchen. Try framing the range hood and the island in chrome to add sparkle to the space. Add texture to your cabinetry with a mix of light wood veneered lowers and white lacquered uppers.” – Interior Designer, Tara Fingold.
2. Personalization. Homeowners won’t shy away from incorporating colors, patterns and decor they love into their kitchens in 2017. As a result, Lockhart anticipates more personalized kitchen spaces. “While white is still popular, it’s not personalized, so we’ll see more individualized kitchens through color and materials,” she says. Colors will range from pink and black to jewel tones, while materials will emphasize geometry and texture. You can also expect to see decor items such as area rugs and runners to add even more personalization to a kitchen.
62. Brass — Satin brass is a popular pick for kitchen hardware in 2017. If you want warm colored accents in your kitchen, look for satin brass drawer pulls, knobs and doodads. A range of different brass hardware styles are on trend right now.
‘Having clutter-free worktops is an emerging interior design trend. It can open up the space of a kitchen and allows the home cook to calmly prepare their food at a clear surface. The options for cabinetry are developing to enable this layout, carrying various compartments and shelves for everything from seasoning and oils to paper towels and tea bags. Clear worktops can also create the illusion of a larger kitchen space, so for consumers with a smaller kitchen environment it’s well worth considering having a tidy-up!’ – Max-Top
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