Grey has been a go-to shade in interior design for almost a decade now, and its popularity is showing no signs of waning. If you've yet to work this gentle muted palette into your kitchen decor, let us inspire you.
Keep your cool
You can pair grey doors with cool-toned colours without the room looking too chilly, but it's a look that works best in spacious rooms that get plenty of natural light.
Choose dark grey doors and make your accent shade pale and summery - sky blue or sage green, for example - to get enough of a contrast. Keep worktops and flooring in a light, natural palette - pale granite or stone styles are ideal.
Light, honey-toned woodgrains works beautifully with pale grey, as the chic, modern shade is nicely offset by the traditional, natural texture. Choose Shaker doors for that rustic, homely feel - our Washington doors in Pebble Grey will get your kitchen's country-cottage make-over off to a flying start.
...or contemporary rustic?
An untreated hardwood floor and marble-style or granite worktops will give your kitchen a totally modern, Instagram-worthy take on the rustic look. Finish with traditional metal fittings such as bronze or copper taps.
Bright and fresh
Grey and white is a fantastic pairing that's particularly good if you have a small kitchen but want the depth and drama of a dark grey. The Kingston door in TrueMatt Light Grey is a mid-toned grey that will have real impact in your cooking space while looking great against white walls and pale worktops.
Warm it up
A bold-coloured splashback and kitchen accessories in red, pink or terracotta will add warmth and eye-catching detail to your grey kitchen.
Gloss over it
Our Visions Ultragloss Anthracite is a striking shade, bold and dramatic, and perfect for the minimalists among you. The gloss finish reflects plenty of light, which helps lift the intensity of the colour a little bit.
Paired with light stone flooring and matt metallic handles, Visions Ultragloss doors will help you create a cooking space that's practical, stylish, and highly contemporary.