6 Things the World's Most Beautiful Kitchens Have in Common. After double tapping and repinning hundreds of kitchens (not to mention spending the entire day, five days a week in one), we've become experts in identifying what draws a person's eye to a cooking space — and we've noticed one really cool thing: Almost all of the spaces have some of the same things in common ... and none of them are that expensive to achieve. Here are the rules the most beautiful kitchens tend to follow.
Millennials Have a Favorite Color, and It's Not Pink. Millennial pink: a color so omnipresent, it somehow became symbolic of an entire generation. Deliciously bright and endearing, it's no wonder we're drawn to shops, clothing and interiors that feature the shade. Despite it being literally everywhere, it turns out millennials have an unexpected favorite color — and it's pretty much the exact opposite of pale pink. In celebration of National Painting Week, Sherwin-Williams collaborated with Harris Poll to find out Americans' color preferences, and after surveying 2,200 people over the age of 18, results showed that 41 percent of millennials chose black (gasp!) as their favorite color. Overall, black and blue were the favorites for all ages.
Pantone Is Developing an Official Prince Purple. Together with Prince's estate, the Pantone Color Institute — the global color authority — announced a standardized custom color of purple to honor the late musician, who was commonly referred to as "The Purple One" by his fans. "The color purple was synonymous with who Prince was and will always be. This is an incredible way for his legacy to live on forever," said Troy Carter, Entertainment Advisor to Prince's estate in a press release.
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