Thinking about a color scheme for your next kitchen remodel or bathroom design? A remodel is an investment in your home, so it can be difficult to know what colors to select that will fit your home style for years to come. Neutral shades are always popular, but the latest trends are seeing a shift from just grays and neutrals to more warm, intense shades paired with black. Colors can be layered in an all-over scheme of differing tones or you can try pops of color if you don’t want 100% intensity. Whatever you do, color makes any room more welcoming and injects your own personality. Here are 5 ways to liven up your kitchen and bath design with the latest color trends.
Natural stone and wood always bring warmth to a countertop or floor but try quartz, porcelain, terrazzo, dyed cement, lava, resin or tiles for a vibrant color. Warm oranges, pinks, blues and greens are really on trend and a glossy finish can make a huge impact in a contemporary design. Dark grouting also makes brightly colored tiles pop or try a colored glass shower door with a black frame. You can also mix up textures with a wood border around your colorful floor. If the more modern, brighter colors don’t fit your style, consider this year’s Pantone color of the year, classic blue, which pairs well with warm wood tones and brass or gold fixtures. Or, change up the traditional white kitchen with the warmth of wood cabinetry, which can fit beautifully in any style, like this contemporary kitchen design in Scituate.