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Bunches of top 2017 kitchen trends are evident in this picture: A trendy color-blocked palette features black, white and vivid green. The barstools and furniture add elements of mid-century modern design, while the architectural details and artwork hint at mountain modern style. The subway tile backsplash and open shelving are carryover trends that remain current for 2017 kitchens. Jewel-tone colors are a new emerging trend. The vibrant green accents in this kitchen are a prime example of how to use jewel tones effectively in the kitchen. Photo Courtesy of Behr.com.


A transitional kitchen is one that incorporates elements that are both traditional and contemporary. In the past few years, transitional was an important design style for kitchens, with many homeowners remodeling their kitchens to reflect this style. We expect to see transitional kitchens remaining popular in 2017.


While concrete kitchen countertops don’t have a majority market share by any means, they’re popular with homeowners who are remodeling to create industrial style kitchens, contemporary style kitchens and mountain modern style kitchens. They’re cheap and relatively easy to implement, which makes them particularly popular with the DIY crowd.


After studying thousands of different resources including web pages, blog posts, articles, press releases, bestseller lists, store displays, catalogs, magazines and emails, these are what we’ve determined are the most important kitchen trends for 2017. We hope you found these insights interesting, helpful and comprehensive. If you’re in need of more in-depth information, the references linked below are the ones we found to be most authoritative and useful out of all the pages we looked at when compiling this trend report. You’ll find much more interesting reading material on the topic of 2017 kitchen trends if you visit these pages.


Thanks, Emily! for sharing your Kitchen trends with us. This trends will help readers for renovating and redesigning their kitchen easily. All the pictures are beautiful and amazing, thanks for sharing these with us.


Kitchen cabinet trends have evolved over the course of the past decade. Back in 2008, the hottest kitchen cabinet style was a raised panel-in-frame, commanding 63 percent of the total market share. At the time, flat panel in-frame cabinets weren’t the trendiest style, although they did command about 19 percent of the total market share. Nowadays, flat panel cabinets command a more respectable 34 percent of the total market share. Raised-panel cabinet styles have fallen in popularity, but there’s still significant demand for them. The latest available data indicates their current market share is 46 percent of the total.


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DIY is trending down; use of professional contractors is trending up. However, the DIY movement is not dead by any means. It’s more popular in some niches than others, and do-it-yourselfers are still handing some of their own tasks at home. For example, home painting is still a big thing with the DIY crowd. The latest data provided by the folks at Home Innovation indicates that do-it-yourselfers completed 70 percent of all interior painting as of 2015. Homeowners, however, aren’t doing much of their own roofing; the latest data available from Home Innovation reveals that DIY enthusiasts handled only 16 percent of their own roofing replacements in 2015.


On the other hand, National Kitchen and Bath Association members report that they’re currently designing and installing significant numbers of new gray kitchens. Many top paint manufacturers have prominently included grays in their color trend forecasts for 2017. By all appearances, gray is shaping up to still be an item for 2017 kitchens.


'Technology is rapidly developing in the contemporary home leaving the kitchen as no exception. In the New Year there will be more of a focus on appliances such as integrated speakers with Bluetooth functionality, colour changing lights and even pop up sockets for phone charging, giving traditional kitchens a subtle, modern twist.' - LochAnna Kitchens


"Gone are the days when kitchens were just kitchens — now they're so pretty they could be any room of the house, says designer Jo Ann Alston of her French Normandy-style design. Jo Ann integrated the appliances for a seamless look and combined light fixtures with different styles and finishes to give the look of having been acquired over time rather than purchased all at once. The mixed gray and brown tones in the Chinese slate and oak flooring complement the island's Jerusalem gold limestone countertop, offering a rich look that never strays far from a neutral color midpoint.


6 Of 8 Look Across the Pond The (addictive!) Instagram feed of Britain's deVOL kitchens (@devolkitchens) offers an endless stream of age-old, English inspiration, from decorative "spot cutouts" to painted wooden knobs. Take a cue from the kitchen experts and hide modern appliances such as microwaves in cabinetry that runs flush with the countertops. Bonus idea: Hide modern appliances such as microwaves in cabinetry that runs flush with the countertops. Courtesy of Devol Kitchens


It’s hard to believe that white kitchens could get any more popular. But the preference for white cabinets continues to soar. Sixty-seven percent of National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) members said that white is their top choice for cabinets, a 20% climb from two years ago. And layering white on white — white backsplashes beneath white cabinets on white countertops — was spotlighted in the 2014 Best in American Living Awards presented by the National Association of Home Builders.Whirlpool’s White Ice collection, with its glass-like glossy sheen, is being hailed as the first appliance exterior to rival stainless steel.  White appliances are so much easier to keep clean than stainless, which smudges if you as much as look at it. Plus, the new icy look is simple, cool, and able to blend into transitional and contemporary styles.And since stainless has filtered down to the masses, it no longer has that expensive and exclusive cache it once had. But white will always have staying power. Related: Why White Kitchens Stand the Test of Time


The popularity of sleek, sophisticated gray color schemes is soaring. Seventy-one percent of NKBA designers said gray is the fastest-growing color scheme for kitchens in 2014. But gray can be tricky. In cold, cloudy climates, gray can appear frozen unless you use it on warm materials like wood cabinets, or pair it with hot colors likes reds and yellows. On the other hand, gray can appear pleasantly cool in sunny, hot climates — a breath of fresh air in heat and humidity.  So while white kitchens are a safe bet, gray is neutral enough — and close enough to white — to have staying power if you use it well.


Want to update the look of your kitchen? Maybe you’re interested in remodeling your kitchen, or you’re building a brand new home. Or perhaps you just want to upgrade a few important details in your existing kitchen décor. If you’re freshening up your kitchen in any form, before you spend any money, it pays to get informed about the current kitchen design trends for 2017.