You heard it here: 2017 will be the year of custom storage, stainless steel and shiplap.

Houzz has just released their Kitchen Trends Study for the new year, which polled 2,707 users who are in the midst of, are planning or have recently completed a kitchen renovation. From surprising health benefits to the millennial décor style of choice, the people have spoken and it’s farmhouse features, multicolored countertops and gray walls for the win. Here, the 10 major trends you need to know before you lift that sledgehammer.

1. Farmhouse is THE new favorite.
Shiplap’s not just for Waco, Texas anymore! The farmhouse style, which often uses the wood paneling made famous by Fixer Upper’s Joanna Gaines, is on the rise for millennial homeowners, although contemporary designs are still the most popular across all age groups.

2. Renovating your kitchen is good for your health.
A third of homeowners reported that their kitchen redos led to an overall healthier lifestyle, as it inspired respondents to prepare more meals at home and eat more fresh fruits and vegetables.

3. Countertops are top of mind.
While backsplashes and sinks are close behind, 95% of renovating homeowners list countertops as their primary kitchen upgrade.

4. A fresh coat of paint is perennially popular.
When it comes to walls, paint is the clear winner for a quick and easy refresh. 72% of respondents chose the simple upgrade for their spaces, with ceramic or porcelain tile ranking as the second-best option at 34%.

5. We’re getting smarter about storage.
Savvy homeowners have their eyes on more customized storage solutions in 2017, as 64% are opting for pull-out waste or recycling cabinets, 53% are incorporating cookie sheet/tray organizers and 15% are streamlining their Vino supply by adding wine and bar cabinets.