For years, the typical kitchen has been centered around a neutral color palette—whites, browns, and greys. Sherwin William’s color of the month is “Shitake,” a welcoming shade of beige. Benjamin Moore’s color of the year is “Metropolitan AF-690,” a cool gray that “reflects the modern sophistication of 21st-century design.”
This fall, consider trading typical for something colorful by adding accent colors to your living space. PPG Paint’s color of the year is “Night Watch,” a deep hunter green. Pantone’s color of the year is “Living Coral,” a vivacious shade of pink.
Kitchens are one of the most commonly remodeled rooms in a house, as they are a focal point and can easily become outdated. Accents can be found in small details, such as hardware, a rug or a vase on a table. Accents can also be found in statement fixtures, such as cabinetry or appliances. With the right touch of color, an ordinary space can become extraordinary.
The color of the lighting, bowls, and flowers provides a contrast that accentuates the immaculate look of the kitchen.
The blue-green cabinetry in this GE Café kitchen provides a contrast that highlights the dark color of the appliances.
The coral chairs and powder blue Island, and deep blue backsplash provide a bold contrast from the neutral tones in the kitchen and create a coastal feeling.
You can meet with AllSouth’s in house kitchen designers to help you bring some of these Fall trends to life in your own home!