Expert Tips on Complementing Gray Kitchen Cabinets

Expert Tips on Complementing Gray Kitchen Cabinets

Gray is one of the most versatile colors you can choose for your kitchen cabinetry. As a neutral, it never goes out of fashion and can easily mesh with other hues as well as different patterns and textures. Plus, with gray cabinets, remodeling the other components of your space is never difficult because everything goes with gray.

Expert Tips on Complementing Gray Kitchen Cabinets

To bring out the best out of your kitchen with gray cabinets, Northside Construction Services, your trusted home remodeling contractor, recommends following these tips:

Mix Them With White

Juxtaposing gray storage units with white elements, such as the ceiling, backsplash, floor or walls, always works. If your cabinets are a light shade, the transition from gray to white will be smooth. If you use dark gray, the color can set off brighter details.

Make the Countertops Match

We recommend using gray as the dominant countertop color. Color consistency produces visual harmony, tying different parts of your kitchen together. Your cabinets and countertops don’t need to match perfectly. Putting different shades of the same color in one room brings more dimension to the space.

Add Warmth With Wood

Gray is generally cool to the eye. Introduce wood elements to your kitchen during your home remodeling project as a counterbalance. The natural earthy tone of a hardwood floor can neutralize the visual weight of rows of gray cabinets.

Use Bold Accents

Consider injecting vibrant hues in small quantities to keep the space from appearing monochromatic when investing in home painting services. Displaying a vase of ornamentals or a bowl of fruit can bring a punch of life to your neutral-heavy kitchen.

Talk to Northside Construction Services for more tips on how to make the most of your gray cabinets. Call (678) 233-2400 to schedule a consultation with us and to get a free estimate in Alpharetta, Suwanee or Roswell, GA.