The kitchen is the hub of the home. It’s the center of family life and the place where friends gather for dinner parties and holidays. Not only is the kitchen the home’s central gathering place, it’s an investment in the value of your home. For these reasons, many kitchen remodels use neutral color palettes.
While white is the most popular color for kitchens, other hues like beige and warm brown tones are other common choices. Likewise, modern gray tones are becoming a popular choice as the “new neutral” for kitchen renovations. In the coming years, shades of gray will continue to rival with white for the top spot. Here’s why:
Gray is sophisticated:
Gray is a bit more subdued than white. This helps it to integrate well with other parts of the home’s style. That being said, gray gives a kitchen a sophisticated flair that distinguishes the space as the focal point of the home.
Gray tailors to the size of the space:
Working with a large space? Consider a darker shade of gray to bring things together. Is your kitchen on the smaller side? Check out lighter tones to make the space feel bigger.
Gray is calming:
Since the kitchen is the center of the home’s activity, a relaxing tone is the perfect complement. Gray is a calming color that contributes to a kitchen’s soothing atmosphere.
Gray is versatile:
Gray suits all styles and tastes, and mixes well with other colors and decor. It can adapt to almost any kitchen style, including rustic, traditional and contemporary.
Gray goes with everything:
No matter what room you are remodeling, you want to make sure that the color scheme is easy to work with. Since gray is a neutral hue, it works well with a variety of colors, including other neutrals and bright accent colors.
Whether, gray, white, brown or red, the professional designers at Homes Heart will work with you to create a space that is in tune with your personal style. Call us today for a complimentary design consultation.