If You Don’t Have a White and Grey Kitchen – Why Not?

Redesigning your kitchen is a huge decision. You’re going to invest a lot of money and time and you’ll have to live with your decisions for quite awhile. There are many hot kitchen design trends that come and go but one seems to be consistent – the white and grey color scheme.

First of all, you can’t go wrong with white. Sixty-seven percent of National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) members said that white is their top choice for cabinets, a 20% climb from two years ago. White can go with any style – contemporary, traditional, all of them.

The popularity of sleek sophisticated grey is soaring. Just as with white, it can go with any style and with all the shades of grey (many more than 50!) you can achieve a variety of looks.

This is the perfect marriage of two great colors.

At KBIS, the largest kitchen and bath show in the country, one of the leading trends for 2018 is a two toned kitchen. Monotone kitchens can make it look dated. Using two tones, such as grey and white, give more visual appeal and can also be accented with a pop of a third color. Grey cabinets are also on the rise and partnered with a cool white backsplash and a mix in the stone for the countertops.

The neutrality of these colors and the timeless style allows you to know you’re making a design decision that will not be out of style in a few years. The neutral nature of white and grey also allows you to add pops of color in dishes, lights, art and accents that can be changed relatively inexpensively so you’ll never tire of your design.

Your kitchen is a reflection of you and your family. By using white and grey as your basic palette you can be sure that the color scheme is on trend and timeless and yet still reflect the uniqueness of you.

Ready to get started? Call the office at 419.536.6605 to schedule your complimentary design consultation with one of our professional kitchen designers.