Interior design trends change every year.  Designers are already excited about new colors and textures for kitchens. If your kitchen is ready for a change, explore Silestone countertop options in Marietta. Read on to discover the popular colors for 2019.


Go Natural

If you dream of bringing nature inside, the kitchen is an ideal space to include natural tones and accents. Creating a sense of warmth is important in rooms where you want to include influences from nature. Shades of terracotta make any room feel warm but work especially well in the kitchen. Green, associated with nature, and harmony and freshness. Since the kitchen is often referred to as the heart of the home, harmony is a positive emotion to evoke with color. Countertops in grays with veins of copper and gold go well with a natural look.


Shades of Blue

Blue is a classic kitchen color and is on the roster again for 2019. Blue is like comfort food for the eye. When you decorate with it, you evoke a familiar and inviting energy. Blue is the color of calm and serenity. No wonder blue in the kitchen is such an inviting color. Make a bold statement with deep blue cabinetry. Petrol blue is one of the most popular shades for 2019. Pair the dark blues with a classic bright white countertop. Another popular pairing is dark blue with deep gray countertops. Whether you’re considering a cottage design or something more modern and contemporary, blue is an excellent color choice.


Gray is Back

Gray is still a favorite in 2019 and is at the top of the list of popular colors. In past years, lighter grays reigned as favorites, but this year, gray is going several shades darker. Paired with Vino, a red-brown shade based on Marsala, Pantone’s 2015 color of the year, gray will not disappoint. Imagine cabinetry finished warm earthy Vino. Vino makes an attractive backdrop for dark gray Silestone countertops. These two colors create a cozy atmosphere perfect for gatherings around the table on chilly winter evenings.


Ultra-Bright White

White is often the go-to color for new and existing home kitchens. White works in kitchens because of its association with cleanliness and health. Depending on your design style, you can use all-over white for cabinets with countertops and backsplashes in the same bright shade. Or, you might enjoy white cabinetry and create contrast with a dark gray quartz countertop. White countertop with veins in gold and copper are also attractive. When you choose all white in the kitchen, it can be a bit tricky to get the right shades. Consult with the best countertops installers in Marietta to ensure you select the perfect countertop color to pair with your cabinets. White goes with everything, so you won’t have trouble matching kitchen furnishing and accents.


Consider an Exotic Kitchen Décor

It’s not for everybody but interior designers in 2019 are using bold exotic colors and finishes in kitchens. Spanish and Moroccan inspired tiles are one way to get an exotic look. These tiles, in bright colors and patterns, create a daring impact in the kitchen. Say “good-bye” to plain subway tiles and welcome the intrigue of tiles designed with the principles of the Islam faith in mind. To offset the bright tile colors, countertops in shades of cream and beige make an attractive presentation.

Whether you want to make a bold statement or prefer a more classic design, there’s a quartz countertop to express your individual style. Let Atlantis Granite & Marble, LLC help coordinate your countertop color to complement the other design elements in your new kitchen.