This year we’ve seen many of our kitchen and bath remodeling projects use the color grey. Whether it is used for cabinets, counter tops, wall color, or accent pieces; grey is officially in. Grey goes with almost every other color and gives some personality to a neutral space. From steel to charcoal, chrome to portobello, and ash to silver, the shades of grey can be used to add elegance and serenity to your space. We have many options in grey in our showroom, including this front window display from KitchenCraft in the Portobello color:
We are seeing many of our cabinet makers developing grey lines. Wellborn Forest Cabinetry is creating a “shades of grey” line. Other suppliers, such as Omega, KitchenCraft, and more have grey cabinet colors.
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One of our newest displays shows dark grey quartz counter tops with a slate back splash. Slate is a great option for affordable natural stone. This slate pictured here is Daltile’s SlimLite Slate Panels.
Another great use of grey in the back splash is this display with grey glass subway tile, with grey/blue/white mosaic tile, and stainless accents on the cabinets. This shows how fabulous grey is with the black and white below, but also the lighter bamboo cabinets above.