I used to think that gray only worked well in modern design or in seaside-themed rooms. Wrong! Gray continues its reign as the hottest neutral color right now and exudes a sense of sophistication and glamor. There are so many different styles of gray to choose from, such as Pewter, Charcoal, Greige (a cross between Gray and Beige) and Blue Gray, that the color can work in any style of kitchen from traditional, to modern to eclectic. And think beyond just walls! In the images below you’ll see that the color introduced not just on the walls, but the backsplash, the cabinets and even the glaze.
Here’s a look at 25 glamorous gray kitchens!
Gray cabinets and countertop contrasted with a dark wood island
Light gray cabinets mixed with warm wood tones and copper
Gray countertops and gray accents in the window seats
Dark gray cabinetry and gray accents used in the backsplash design
Gray walls pick up the veining in the marble countertop
Gray glass front cabinets with back wall of cabinet painted to match
Gray island countertop and gray glaze added to the cabinets
Dark gray cabinets contrasted with white countertops and center island
High contrast gray-blue center island that is also picked up in the cushions
Dark gray walls and backsplash provide high contrast with the light wood tones
Shades of gray throughout with pops of yellow to add warmth
Gray subway tiles with gray grout and cabinetry accented with black glaze
Rustic design using gray cabinets
Warm-toned kitchen using gray hood and backsplash design
Gray backsplash to tie together the white cabinets and black countertops
Gray-blue mosaic tiles with gray vinyl on the banquette
Gray cabinets accented by bright, primary colors
Soft gray walls to complement the cabinets
Quick Tip – The keep gray from looking too dreary in a kitchen, try pairing it with warmer material, such as wood, or a warmer pop of color like red or yellow!