Grey kitchen cabinets are such a trendy feature these days and, honestly, I can see why. For some reason, this particular color palette has the ability to look either traditional or contemporary depending on what decorative accents you pair with it. Add marble countertops and a beautiful chic chandelier to gray kitchen cabinets like this homeowner did and you have a very classic and elegant design that could pair well with any period home or more traditional decor. On the other hand, if you went with a more neutral and sleek countertop paired with some edgy pendant light fixtures and a lot of chrome accents you would have a very cool modern look. Its so fun to look at painting kitchen cabinets ideas with grey finishes because the looks are just so varied.
Grey kitchen cabinets are one of the hottest home decor trends for 2022 for very good reason. They can take on practically any style, from contemporary to ultra traditional, and can transform by simply the countertops and accessories you pair with them. For example these dark grey kitchen cabinets look fantastic in this sleek industrial style kitchen with color mercury glass light fixtures, a unique marbled island, and stainless steel accents. If you swap out the fixtures, counters and backsplash for a classic subway tile, gorgeous marble countertops or more ornate shaded pendant lights, this space would look quite tradition. So If you are stumped on which cabinet finish you want to settle one, I would certainly suggest considering grey.
Lately I have been using only grey kitchen cabinets in my designs because I find them to be so versatile and chic. Whether you prefer modern touches or a more traditional style, a grey and white kitchen can embody either decor scheme when paired with the right countertops, fixtures and accessories. As you can tell from this style-neutral space, the soft grey shade of the center island complements the crisp why cabinetry and classic subway tile backsplash perfectly while providing a nice pop of design in the space. In my opinion, grey is the new neutral for kitchen cabinet paint colors and you will be seeing a lot of homes featuring it in 2022.
I have always loved grey kitchen cabinets because they have ability to teeter the line between traditional and contemporary style. Depending on your personal decor preferences and the types of decorative accents you choose, light grey kitchen cabinets can lean quite modern or even go in a more French Country direction. I love the rustic yet modern look that this grey kitchen has, especially with the blue accents in the gorgeous cobalt granite countertops and coordinating pendant lights. Plus, the awesome whitewashed brick backsplash adds another layer of unique style to this eclectic design and coordinates effortlessly with the grey shade that the cabinets are finished in.
Grey kitchen cabinets are one of my favorite decorative elements to incorporate into the space because they add a cool trendy vibe. Grey kitchen ideas range from extremely modern like this home to ultra traditional and elegant. The beauty of these units are their ability to transcend so many decor styles while still being relevant in each. In my opinion, the best way to decorate with grey kitchen cabinets is a cool contemporary style like we did in this home. Believe it or not these are actually diy kitchen cabinets that we painted in a muted charcoal color to bring some depth to the design. As a result, despite being relatively inexpensive, this remodel packed a large and stylish punch.
I absolutely love grey kitchen cabinets because they bring such an timeless elegance to any space you put them in. Grey is considered to be one of the trendiest new neutral kitchen cabinet colors because it provides a fantastic subtle base to any design, but is still has a bit bolder style than a plain white or stained wood finish. I especially like them paired with a more traditional style decor palette because it reminds me of a very park avenue chic apartment downtown. If you are worried about committing to this bolder shade, you could start by simply using it on kitchen island cabinets, especially when paired with a nice marble countertop.