The new year might be nearly a month old already, but that doesn’t mean we can’t hold onto some of the best parts of 2016. We’re talking, of course, about the most popular colors of 2016 various shades of white, beige, and gray. In 2017, the colors range from warm and earthy tones to golden tones, and can totally transform your kitchen or bathroom. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular colors for 2017, and how you can use them to give new life to your room.
New Colors for 2017
Yellow represents happiness, while golden tones are about natural curiosity and make great colors for the kitchen. Green tones and spa-like turquoise represent growth and health, and can help bring nature and the outdoors into any style of bathroom. With the wide range of colors that are offered today, there is no limit as to the choices. Many paint companies offer their color of the year such as Sherwin-Williams color poised taupe, a warm neutral shade; Donn Edwards color honey glow, a warm golden yellow with brown undertones; Benjamin Moore color royal Amethyst and Pantone color greenery, a zesty yellow-green. A designer can ensure that the homeowner makes the right decision.
How to Use Them
Monochromatic colors make a statement if different textures are used along with accent colors. With all the action that takes place in the kitchen warmer colors work best, while in the bathrooms cooler colors create a relaxing atmosphere. Add light to any room by using green and/or blue accent colors with gray and white. A great option that works well with many different shades of gray or white is the 2017 Color of the Year, Greenery.
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