Smoke grey, greenish grey, anthracite grey, pearl grey… If grey, in its many shades, suits you, wait and see how well it suits the kitchen! These 12 gray kitchens are crushes.
Gray is a trendy color. Even for the kitchen, which is no longer a space in the house “vetoed” to color. In fact, in its many shades, gray is an option that offers many possibilities, both for urban kitchens and for proposals with a country style.
So if white kitchens aren’t for you, why not give gray a try? In our selection, you will find 12 gray kitchens, of all styles and sizes, with color as the common denominator. Which one do you prefer?
This kitchen has a classic look, with its furniture with shell moldings and handles, and the built-in hood. But, at the same time, updated, partly thanks to the color, a soft gray that, according to the Deulonder team, responsible for this kitchen, was marked by the color of the floor.
This kitchen shows that not because it is small, color should not be given up. The decorator Cristina del Valle opted for a soft gray for the furniture, taking inspiration from that of the flooring, and she dyed the walls, sill, and ceiling white, which contributes to multiplying the luminosity. And she reserved the touches of black, also present on the tiles, for the handles. A modern, bright personality set.
In white, this kitchen would not be the same. And it is precisely the choice of this greenish-gray that gives it an extra personality while covering a very large space, which even has an ironing area. But so that the whole does not look too heavy, a white sill has been chosen and the tall modules have been reserved only for the pantry column.
The waste of light in this kitchen more than withstands the very personal choice of furniture, in an intense smoky gray, which adds personality and makes the space more welcoming and enveloping. As a note of contrast, the island, which has been reserved in white.
This kitchen is a statement of intent. Despite not having much natural light, the decorator Jeanette Trensig dared with anthracite gray lacquered furniture, which she even took to the walls. The result is a very modern kitchen, despite being a few years old, and very cozy, something very important in this case because the dining room has been integrated into this space.
This kitchen was studied to the millimeter, from the choice of the floor, an original two-tone hexagonal mosaic, to the white-grey duo of the furniture, with the lower units in pale gray and the upper units white, to make them lighter.
The space is rustic, in fact, this house used to be a farmhouse, but the furniture chosen for the kitchen is modern, both in its linear and sober design and in its very personal color, a very versatile khaki grey. The note of contrast is the large island, an old sideboard converted for this function.
The originality of this kitchen lies in the choice of furniture, which stands out for its finish that imitates micro cement. In addition, in gray, the camouflage with this material is total.
Gray kitchens can be current and, at the same time, country. And proof of this is this kitchen designed by decorator Pia Capdevila, who wanted to pay tribute to the rural environment in which the house is located but without falling into an overly rustic style. The very soft gray color almost white, which seems to be taken from the tiles with a worn effect, contributes to this more current look.
This kitchen can boast a perfect decorative balance. On the one hand, the gray micro cement with which the island and the countertop have been covered gives it personality and a modern touch, while the wood of the furniture adds warmth. A chromatic duo inspired by the hydraulic tiles of the kitchen.
Why not? The slatted wooden doors and the vintage taps, together with the traditional fiber office chairs, give this kitchen a country flavor that the gray color of the furniture is responsible for updating. Organized in a front of cabinets, it preserves a wide and comfortable corridor that gives access to the office, for which the most luminous space has been reserved.
The decorator Pia Capdevila opted for a soft gray for the furniture in this kitchen, enough to give it color but without overloading an already minimal space. To make the most of it, she arranged the furniture in a “U” shape and used one of the sides as a backrest for the dining room bench.
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