In this uncertain time of transition, these colors present an optimistic outlook that homeowners are looking for, while maintaining the sophistication of refined design.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 19, 2009
Picking the right shade of paint and finding the right cabinet finish is no easy task when choosing a kitchen color scheme. Fortunately, Kitchens.com has compiled the latest in color trends to help consumers find the hues that are hot -- and right for their homes -- in 2009.
With expert advice from the Color Marketing Group, Pantone Color Institute, and Sherwin Williams, Kitchens.com has compiled a comprehensive list of the hottest hues in its 2009 Color Trends. With five new shades emerging this year, color is bringing an optimistic and fresh approach to design in light of a nation in transition.
Photography brings the colors to life in the 2009 Color Trends Slideshow, offering multiple ways to incorporate these color trends into your own kitchen. From bright yellows to muted greys, these colors present an innovative palette for kitchen design and even products in 2009.
"Color in 2009 is a sign of the times," says Kitchens.com writer Caitlin Grogan. "In this uncertain time of transition, these colors present an optimistic outlook that homeowners are looking for, while maintaining the sophistication of refined design."
Soothing purples, invigorating citrus tones and vivid blues round out the palette that will emerge in kitchens in 2009. "These colors, used even on accent walls or small appliances, will truly refresh your kitchen," says Grogan. "And when they're applied properly, their essence will work in kitchens well beyond the coming year."
Kitchens.com (http://www.kitchens.com) is a comprehensive resource for homeowners seeking information and inspiration for their ideal kitchen. This independent online publication features photography, design trends and ideas, new product updates, product buying guides, and handy how-to information on planning and budgeting -- all in a user-friendly format that puts knowledge at consumers' fingertips.
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