This is by far my favorite gray and white kitchen design that I have come across in my hunt for inspiration photos to show to our designer. Gold seems to be the major metal utilized as an accent to grey kitchen paint colors with white cabinets. I certainly don't mind that look, but I definitely gravitate more towards silver and chrome colored metals as a whole (not just in the kitchen). It is the fixture colors and darker mixed metal accents that originally drew me to the home in these photos, but the marble island was actually the single thing that made everything pop to me. You see marble accents all the time in white kitchen ideas 2020, but never really done in quite so bold a way.
This is such a cozy little gray and white kitchen that I imagine just puts you at ease the moment you walk through the door. This color palette in general is very calming, but I think that something about the deeper gray kitchen walls that they chose, has a very inviting affect to them. Not only that, but stylistically they really make all of the white cabinetry and trim as well as the marble accents pop. Normally I would say to add a brighter accent shade somewhere in here just to give it some vibrancy, but I think that this room is decorated perfectly and I would not change a single thing. Whats more, after looking through these photos, I think that I really want to use similar shaker style white kitchen cabinets ideas in our home remodel.
This gray and white kitchen was a fun one to design because the homeowners were willing to go bold and eclectic with the decor (something that you don't always come across). As soon as we go the go ahead, we absolutely went for it by installing soft dove gray kitchen cabinets to anchor the design and painting the walls, trim and ceiling in a neutral white shade (Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace for those who will ask). Let's be honest here, the real star of the room is the gorgeous grand range hood to accent the vaulted ceiling complete with beams and ship lap. You could add nothing else to the room and it would still look good, you know? Even if you didn't have this vaulted ceiling, you could probably still replicate the design by painting kitchen cabinets white or grey, adding sleek gold hardware, and installing simple white or quartz countertops.
I find a gray and white kitchen to be the easiest and most neutral design to blend with the rest of just about any home. The color palette is subtle without being completely devoid of style like some ultra monochromatic spaces can be. As far as kitchen cabinet paint colors, you can make them grey or white depending on what you already have, how much you want to spend, and the size of the space. Because this large contemporary style home had a fairly large kitchen, a substantial budget, and was already gutted, we went with these cool (brand new) ashy grey wood units. I think that they certainly "make" the kitchen so to speak, and serve as the focal point of the entire space.
A gray and white kitchen like ours is probably considered "old news" in the grand scheme of trendy home design, but I still absolutely love how it turned out. When we bought this house, I knew that I would eventually replace the dark cherry cabinets with white kitchen designs that would brighten up the space. As you can see, the ceilings are not super tall, and I felt that the darker cabinetry was really bringing the design down and making it feel closed off. I did not want all white though because I thought that it would be too stark and modern. This is where the gray kitchen ideas that I chose came in (I am talking walls, countertops, and accent textiles).
Everything about this gray and white kitchen is absolutely stunning, from the artistic two-story range hood with vaulted ceiling, to the beautiful fixtures that the designer used throughout. I think that this is a great way to take some of your more basic kitchen cabinet colors 2020 to the next level. Ordinarily a room that used white and soft grey cabinetry would feel very neutral and understated. While the space certainly has those qualities, the architectural details really escalate the overall look. Of course, if you did not have the money or layout capacity to imitate this design in your house, you could still achieve a similar look by removing the upper cabinets and doing some type of architectural detail on the ceiling (paneling or molding).