Posted by Merillat Design Professional, Sarah Reep on Feb 14th 2018
Can These New Cool Tones Get Your Kitchen into the Grey Zone?
Grey tones remain popular in the kitchen. And why not? Grey is a fresh alternative to white or off-white that takes the color palette to the cool side in a Modern-style kitchen.
Grey is so versatile. It works well with paint and stain, tiles and textures. Grey also accepts a wide range of coordinating colors – even a warm gold or a cool pewter metallic.
Grey can let a cool palette drive the design for your entire kitchen space. Cabinets in light grey set against dark wood flooring provide a high-contrast look. Or you can warm up the room with mid-value wood flooring.
If you love white, but are intrigued by grey, Mist may be the answer. It’s a very light grey that moves the color from a pure-white Cotton to a cool neutral for a more toned-down contrast.
A painted grey finish like Mist helps bring out the cabinetry’s door and drawer styles – more so than stained wood grain. Choose light grey for a five-piece drawer front. Sure, it costs a bit extra, but you get the added value of more drawers – and the paint’s consistency across all doors and drawers lends a more finished appearance.
The “Relatable Modern” Style of the Lanielle Slab Door with Wood Grain Foil Have you considered slab doors and drawers for your kitchen or bath cabinets? How about a slab door with a wood grain foil? It’s a design pairing that can lend an appealing Modern style – bold, but not out there – across projects and generations. Call it “relatable Modern.” A [...]
During the Great Recession, new homes came down in size, yet the kitchens didn’t shrink. That’s because the kitchen has become so central to how we work, play, and interact. It’s the place to be and do for casual living.Here are five details of design that can accommodate your kitchen to the casual lifestyle:1. Fewer WallsMany homeowners are removing walls [...]