The Trendiest Kitchen Colors For 2019

The Trendiest Kitchen Colors For 2019

 Are Definitely Not What We Were Expecting

But we don’t hate it.


Reflecting tropical foliage just out the window, a pop of kelly green overhead via vintage gymnasium lights strung on rope gives this white kitchen a welcome dose of island color.

When it comes to decorating the home’s most popular spot, people tend to fall into two categories—light and bright, or timeless and white. As a work space and de facto gathering ground at parties, the kitchen is often splashed in either soothing neutrals or stimulating shades (hello, yellow).

But it seems those tried-and-true hues are falling into a new category: the one that more and more people are beginning to ignore. According to a new report from Houzz, homeowners today are finding their kitchen bliss in dark, moody shades—think navy, forest green, and even black.

But before you avert your beach-loving eyes, you might want to hear this trend out. Darker shades certainly add more drama to a space, but when paired with crisp whites and loads of natural light, they set just the sort of comfy tone you’d want in your beach home.


     

One could even argue that, compared to brights and whites, they’re perhaps easier to pull off. In an all-white space, for instance, finding punctuation through varying textures and materials can be a challenge. With color, choosing a shade that feels like an accent, yet is still cohesive with the rest of the home, is your obstacle.

Kitchen island in 2017 Idea House in Newport, Rhode Island


Moody shades, on the other hand, are essentially bolder riffs on classic neutrals. With cabinetry painted a deep midnight blue or a gray bordering on slate, you add just the right amount of interest to a space while maintaining that easy, breezy, beachy feel.

Ready to head to the dark side? Or are you forever and always Team White Kitchen? (Or blue kitchen!) Either way, you can find inspiration for any kitchen remodel in our Ultimate Guide to Coastal Kitchens.


I am a Real Estate Professional with EXIT Midlands Realty in Chapin, South Carolina. I have been assisting clients with purchasing and selling their homes in the Columbia, Irmo, Lexington, Chapin, Newberry areas. Call me with any of your real estate needs or questions at 803-315-1940, or feel free to email me at Melissa@scexit.com.

http://melissa.scexit.com/sell.php


Melissa Dille Headshot
Author:
Phone: 803-315-1940
Dated: January 8th 2019
Views: 167
About Melissa: When it comes to customer service in today's fast paced world, let’s face it, our world has become...

Property Search








RSS Feed

View our latest blog posts in your RSS reader. Click here to access. RSS

Search Blog

Recent Blogs

HOW TO SPRUCE UP YOUR HOME FOR SPRING - Spring is just around the corner.
FIXER UPPERS LEXINGTON COUNTY SC - Looking for a fixer upper in
117 Old Sawmill Trl OPEN HOUSE Mar 10 2019 2PM To 4PM - 117 Old Sawmill Trl, Chapin, SC
205 RUMFORD PLACE LEXINGTON SC Highly Sought After Kingston Harbour Custom Built Home - 205 RUMFORD PLACE LEXINGTON SCCall

Saved Properties

This is a list of your favorite properties. We will email you if a property is reduced or leaves the market.

Click 'Save' to add a property to this list.

Register / Login

New & returning visitors please enter your information to login.

By clicking 'register' you are agreeing to our terms of use & giving us expressed written consent to contact you.

Questions? Comments? Complaints?

This message will go directly to the head of our team.

Location & Address

EXIT Midlands Realty
PO Box 807
Chapin, SC
803-753-4961
803-345-6126