From traditional white kitchen cabinets, to dramatic black, or bright and colourful, the colours used in our kitchens are broadening significantly. But with more choice on offer, how can you make the right decisions regarding your colour scheme? Well, here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading kitchen design professionals. And we know that grey is a great choice for any kitchen, in any style. But combining different shades of grey can be even better. That’s why we have produced this guide to blending grey colours in the kitchen.
Blending grey colours in the kitchen
A full grey kitchen can be stunning. But if you mix and match with different shades of grey, you will be able to create interesting visual feature areas, and add depth to your kitchen design. Why not consider:
- Using dark grey worktops- why not use dark grey worktops to counterbalance lighter grey cabinets? This can be very visually effective, and the dark colour will be less likely to show any stains or marks.
- Using grey tiles- why not compliment your grey kitchen, with grey tiles in a range of shades and tones? Mixing dark grey tiles, with light grey tiles can help to create a tiling feature in both contemporary or traditional settings.
- Natural effect- one of the best things about grey is that it is a very natural colour. So why not opt for natural stone effect tiles or worktops? This will add a slightly different grey tone to your kitchen, and will also make your kitchen feel more welcoming. These could be great for floor tiling in any kitchen.
- White and black- of course, grey can be blended with other colours too, but black and white work very effectively with grey. This is because grey is the midpoint between these two shades. As a result, you could blend your grey kitchen design with either white or black colour choices. Some people even opt for all three, but this can be tricky.
Why not take a look at our range of kitchens and design solutions today, here at Homematas? We have something to suit every home, and every budget.