Now these are some cool grey kitchen ideas that I would actually be willing to renovate our home to achieve. I know that everybody on here and beyond have been raving about grey as the hottest color in kitchen design ideas 2020. I mean its a nice color and all, I just feel like most of the designs that I have seen are just so bland and boring. Not this one though. I love the sleek modern design that actually feels very glamorous with the marble backsplash and range hood paired with the shiny chrome barstools. The room definitely does not feel like a kitchen even though it is clear that it is one. I think the main reason for that is because the grey kitchen cabinets almost look like built in wardrobes versus more traditional cupboard styles.
Grey kitchen ideas have been all over the place lately, but I tend to gravitate towards ones like this that are predominantly white with touches of grey to accent it. I have always tended to shy away from very bold kitchen color schemes because I feel that they are too much of a liability in a sense. You are really committing to whatever colors you choose and will do so for along time (depending on what your disposable income is) since kitchens are often quite expensive and time consuming to renovate. I figure that if you stick with white kitchen cabinet paint colors and other neutral foundational items like backsplash, countertops, and floor, you have a really good base for just about any design you put in there, especially as trends change over time.
While on my hunt for grey kitchen ideas that would work in our new townhouse (it still has a large kitchen) I came across this beauty. While I do want the kitchen colour ideas that we use to incorporate a lot of grey tones, I don't want that cool toned crisp white kitchen with shaker style cabinets like most that you see on here. I want it to feel elegant and luxurious, with accents of antiqued brass, crystal, and elegant artwork -- basically exactly what they did in here. I have always been a sucker for traditional style, and have never really been able to get into a lot of the more contemporary designs that you see in the interior decor and architecture world.
Usually I would perceive plain grey kitchen ideas like this as boring or unfinished, but something about all of the unique detailing in here makes it definitely stand out to me. Your average grey and white kitchen on here certainly does not have the level of elegance that this giant chefs kitchen has. Although the entire design is very neutral, the variety of textures and finishes adds such a resounding depth and sense of style to the entire living area (that includes the kitchen). Usually I would not go with simple white kitchen wall colors like this, but even that simple paint shade has a little something extra to it that makes it feel like a pivotal piece of the design all on its own.
I hate to say it, but it is actually pretty hard to actually find unique grey kitchen ideas on here (or any website that I have looked at) because they market for them has become oversaturated. These formerly innovative kitchen colors are absolutely everywhere, and every company, designer, and homeowner has come out with their own particular take on them. I found myself continuing to come back to this kitchen because the textures that they used made it feel a little bit more unique than all the rest. I love how they used wood planks on the ceiling to carry the mixed textures all the way to the ceiling, then filled that in between space with beautiful rustic grey cabinets, gorgeous granite countertops, and a really cool tile backsplash.
This is definitely one of the coolest grey kitchen ideas I have ever seen, mostly because it barely even looks like a kitchen, but rather like hotel lobby or something. I really like the thought of a modern kitchen, but I have never really been able to figure out how one would fit in an actual residential home that people actually live in and use. For some reason all of the designs that I have seen don't look like you could actually cook in them haha. This one feels different though because there is tons of workspace and clearly adequate room to easily stow away all of the gadgets you would normal store on the countertops. I like that everything can be tucked away behind the dark grey kitchen cabinets giving the space that ultra clean and contemporary look, but it does not mean that the space is not functional as well.