Peter Salerno Inc. Kitchen Design Ideabook for Pantone Spring 2017 Colors

Peter Salerno Inc. Kitchen Design Ideabook for Pantone Spring 2017 Colors

Now that Design Your Lifestyle’s 5-part series on the Pantone Spring 2017 color palette is complete, it’s time to take those colors off the page and into action!

We’ve enlisted the help of our parent company, Peter Salerno Inc., to create an ideabook for stunning kitchen designs based on four of their favorite colors from Pantone’s Spring 2017 collection. From Niagara to Hazelnut, Kale to Lapis Blue, Peter Salerno and his staff have once again left us raving with their custom kitchen designs.

Bergen Magazine Fall 2016 edition, featuring Peter Salerno Inc. transitional kitchen design photos.
Peter Salerno Inc. transitional kitchen design, smoked glass and dark island and wood grains.

Peter Salerno Inc. has established itself as the most award-winning North American custom kitchen and bath design company since 2002, with a remarkable 35 awards from notable names like the NKBA (and KBIS), Sub-Zero, Wolf, HGTV, and Signature Kitchens and Baths. Peter and his staff focus on creating a luxurious and functional spaces that compliment your lifestyle. Whether a kitchen, master bath, or wine cellar, they incorporate your personality, passions, and hobbies into our design to create a finely tailored living space for you and your family.

(For more Peter Salerno Inc. award-winning kitchen and bath designs, check out their official Pro listing on Houzz.)

Now, on with the official Peter Salerno Inc. kitchen design ideabook for Pantone’s Spring 2017 color collection!

Peter Salerno Inc. Kitchen Designs: Pantone Spring 2017 Inspirations

1. Color: Kale; Custom Kitchen Design:”The Artist’s Palette”

Peter Salerno and his team utilized Kale (18-0107 TCX) as an accent color in “The Artist’s Palette”, an eclectic kitchen design with several signature features. The matching panels and custom range hood are an instant conversation starter, while the far wall has a Rothko-inspired print that adds a hint of red-orange to the design (reminiscent of Flame, another Spring 2017 Pantone color.)

Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Kale is a dark, leafy green loved by many.
Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Kale is a dark, leafy green loved by many.
The Artist's Palette

2. Color: Niagara; Custom Kitchen Design: “Reflections”

Featured in a late 2016 edition of Bergen Magazine, the Peter Salerno Inc. “Reflections” kitchen design wowed with denim-based blue in the vein of Niagara (17-4123 TCX), a staple of the Pantone Spring 2017 collection. The addition of dark flooring and smoked mirrors along the refrigerator and cabinetry make this a perfect kitchen design for tranquil daydreamers.

Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Niagara is a lush shade of denim blue.
Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Niagara is a lush shade of denim blue.
Bergen Magazine Fall 2016 edition, featuring Peter Salerno Inc. transitional kitchen design photos.
Bergen Magazine Fall 2016 edition, featuring Peter Salerno Inc. transitional kitchen design photos.

3. Color: Hazelnut; Custom Kitchen Design: “A Classical Traditional”

Somewhere around Summer/Fall 2016, neutrals stopped being accessories and started becoming the main event of many home designs. Such is the case with this classic traditional kitchen design from Peter Salerno Inc., featuring a rich collection of taupes and tans, including Hazelnut (14-1315 TCX).

Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Hazelnut is a warm, nutty neutral that balances the collection.
Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Hazelnut is a warm, nutty neutral that balances the collection.

A Peter Salerno Inc. kitchen design that uses neutrals as the statement, not an accent. [Credit: Peter Salerno Inc.]
A Peter Salerno Inc. kitchen design that uses neutrals as the statement, not an accent. [Credit: Peter Salerno Inc.]
4. Color: Lapis Blue; Custom Kitchen Design: “La Cornue Showroom Centerpiece”

Laps Blue (19-4045 TCX) features prominently in Peter Salerno Inc.’s centerpiece kitchen design at their flagship showroom in Wyckoff, New Jersey. Complete with a stunning La Cornue Grand Palais range, custom range hood and opulent center island, this kitchen utilizes Lapis Blue in several ways – notably, the decadent crystals embedded in the recessed ceiling above the center island.

Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: The bold but steady Lapis Blue.
Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: The bold but steady Lapis Blue.
A peek inside Peter Salerno Inc.'s 2015 Most Innovative Showroom.
A peek inside Peter Salerno Inc.’s 2015 Most Innovative Showroom.

To request more information or speak to Peter Salerno and his team of expert design professionals, call Peter Salerno Inc. at (201) 251-6608 or fill out this contact form.

Pantone Spring 2017 Color Trends: Niagara, Primrose Yellow [Part 1 of 5]

Pantone Spring 2017 Colors: Primrose Yellow, Niagara Step Forward

We reported recently that Pantone, the world’s leading authority on color matching and design, named Greenery as its Pantone 2017 Color of the Year. A spring green, Greenery (15-0343 TCX) signaled a fresh start to a new year, as well as Pantone’s optimistic outlook for the 2017 year in color and design.

It remained to be seen, however, just how “sunny” that outlook would be all year round. Well, if the Pantone Spring 2017 Color Trends Report is any indication, we’re in for a bright and beautiful year of color!

Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Niagara and Primrose Yellow lead the way!
Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Niagara and Primrose Yellow lead the way!

The 10 colors selected as the official Spring 2017 Pantone colors are bright, cheery, and based largely in the natural world around us. From sky blues to floral yellows and pinks, nutty neutrals to verdant greens (including Greenery itself), the color palette for Spring 2017 is one of our favorites in recent memory.

Perfect for home design AND the runway, Spring 2017’s color design is perfect for anyone looking to inject a healthy dose of sunshine, blossoms and freshness into his or her home design, personal wardrobe, and bold artistic choices.

Design Your Lifestyle will be taking a 5-article approach to the Spring 2017 Pantone color design selections, giving the spotlight to two gorgeous hues in each article. Today, we’re diving in headfirst with two colors predicted to lead the charge into springtime – the relaxing blue Niagara, and the sunlit shade Primrose Yellow.

In case you’re wondering, here is the full list of 10 shades named in the Pantone Spring 2017 Color Trends Report:

Niagara: A Blue Hue That Signals Fresh, Clear Skies

Niagara evokes memories of Riverside (17-4028 TCX), a Summer 2016 Pantone color selection that brought to mind running water, bright denim and clear, blue skies. Selected by many color design experts as the “leading” color of the Spring 2017 Pantone palette, Niagara is comfortable and easy on the eyes – a key reason why home designers and fashion designers alike have praised it for its versatility.

Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Niagara is a lush shade of denim blue.
Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Niagara is a lush shade of denim blue.

In terms of home design, Niagara functions beautifully as both an accent color and the core color of virtually any room. Though sitting rooms, sun rooms and baths come to mind, Niagara can be utilized effectively as an accent color in kitchens, dining rooms and bedrooms as well.

While many as quick to call Niagara a “denim blue”, closer inspection will reveal a slightly bolder blue. This trait has made Niagara a hit on fashion design runways, incorporated in everything from print jackets to evening gowns. However you incorporate this fresh shade of blue into your home or personal design, Niagara is a smart (and long-lasting) choice for a Spring 2017 update.

Primrose Yellow: A Beautiful, Sunny Bloom

Many of us know the song, “The Yellow Rose of Texas”. Well, if it happened to be Primrose Yellow, we understand what all the fuss is about. Evocative of daffodils and early morning sunshine, Primrose Yellow is a warm dash of color across the Spring 2017 runways and home design exhibits.

Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Primrose Yellow injects pure sunshine into spring.
Pantone Spring 2017 color trends: Primrose Yellow injects pure sunshine into spring.

Warmer than a conventional yellow but not quite a golden jewel tone, Primrose Yellow is a brilliant accent color for home designers. Set against a Spring 2017 neutral like Hazelnut, or a strong blue like Niagara or Lapis Blue, Primrose Yellow can provide a “pop” of color without appearing too pastel or dainty. A kitchen or bath in need of a spark will fare well with this shade as a new accent.

In terms of fashion design, Primrose Yellow has been utilized to great effect with other warmer colors in the Spring 2017 Pantone palette. Audacious designers have paired it with Island Paradise to create a floral, tropical feel in their wardrobe designs. Again, pairing Primrose Yellow with a denim blue (like Niagara) or a nutty neutral (like Hazelnut) is a successful, stylish match.

Stay with Design Your Lifestyle over the next several weeks, as we continue to feature the ten beautiful hues that make up the Pantone Spring 2017 Color Design Report!