2017 has already begun and everyone’s trying to figure out what will be the next big trends for the year. Luckily, today we’re here to talk about the biggest color trends, those of which you are more than encouraged to use in your new modern kitchen!
SEE ALSO: Pantone Trends for The Year 2017
As would be expected, Greenery just had to be at the top of our list. The freshness of Pantone’s color of the year will certainly bring great vibes and a cozy ambiance to your new kitchen. You can pair it up with multiple other colors, either pastel tones like Rose quartz and Serenity, or more vibrant colors like electric blue and bright red!
A tone very close to last year’s Serenity, Pastel Blue can look absolutely stunning in your kitchen. Just like in the example above, mix it up with some dark wooden colors and a few neutrals, and see your kitchen design be reborn before your eyes.
Yet another great pastel color, the Aqua Glass by Pantone can totally elevate your kitchen decor and make it look modern, with a hint of nostalgic…
That’s right! Another great color for your new kitchen is inspired by Pantone’s Bone White tone. A great neutral that can be used with several other brighter colors. It’s an easy road towards achieving a classy and elegant kitchen.
If you’re not ready to go full-black, you can start by using Pantone’s very dark shade Anthracite. We personally love it and it can – not so surprisingly – make up for an amazing kitchen design!
We just love this shade of green, almost beige, almost brown. It works great as a neutral, as well as a statement color. The secret is all in how you use it. In this case, the result was a very modern space, filled with elegance.
Because classics never die, a white kitchen on a dark floor always looks great. However, don’t go for the obvious white shade. We chose a similar color to Pantone’s Cloud Dancer, and you can see how lovely it looks…
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Aside from soaring ceilings and gigantic windows, there is no better friend to a SMALL SPACES than a well-placed mirror. Expanding walls, amplifying light, breaking up visual clutter, mirrors can be used to solve most any design dilemma. Perhaps that’s why we feature their awesomeness so often.
Not all of these examples hail from tiny spaces, but all the same tricks can be easily employed in these spaces’ smaller sisters to similarly brilliant effect. And they all are great home decor tips.
1- Use a large floor length mirror behind a piece of furniture in tight spaces.
Mirrors the same width of the furniture make the piece look purposeful and prominent rather than shoved in. Entry consoles are perfect places since in small homes they are usually tucked in wherever they’ll fit. A large mirror in the landing strip area will also allow you the easy luxury of one last “once over” before you dash out the door. For safety, attach the mirror to the wall with brackets even if you are resting the mirror on the floor.
2- Place a mirror behind a light source.
Whether it’s behind a candle, a pendant light, or a bedside lamp, a mirror will help to maximize the light’s reach while creating an almost magical effect.