Dated: 08/20/2019

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In the past few years, the biggest kitchen trends revolved around stainless steel appliances,

bright white or light gray cupboards, granite countertops, and minimalist decor, maintaining

a clean, sleek look. And although this style maintains its popularity among homeowners, color

is creeping its way back to the forefront. But it is definitely not how you’d expect.

Introducing the rise of colored appliances. Consumers have been asking and kitchen appliance

manufacturers have listened. Instead of your standard white, black, and stainless steel, these

companies are now producing baby blue ovens, green vent hoods, pink standing mixers, teal

grills, and more. Some of these companies have produced specific color lines while others are

going above and beyond, offering the ability to match any color swatch or metal treatment you wish.

On top of these pops of color, according to BHG.com, consumer research indicated a 150 percent

increase in interest in shades of metallic, including brass and copper, and a 364 percent increase in

interest in gold cabinetry.

However, a brand new appliance May be outside your budget, especially if you are a new homeowner.

Not to worry! There is always the infallible accent wall, counter base, or pantry door. This cost-effective,

do-it-yourself option is an easy way to refresh the look of your kitchen. You can also consider bringing

in bright-colored stools or chairs or introducing bold tiles into your backsplash.

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