Of course, the first step is choosing a suitable hue. While you can't go wrong with classic white or envy-inducing emerald green, there's something so cool and contemporary about gray cabinets. Scroll on to see for yourself.
1. Mindful Gray
2. Dove Gray
3. Seagull Gray
It's no secret that gray lends itself toward interiors that are sleek, chic, and industrial. However, when mixed with wood flooring and a farmhouse sink, like this gray kitchen belonging to Jessica from Garvin and Co., the versatile neutral proves it can play well in settings that are a little more rustic, too.
4. Amherst Gray
Shale (as in the abundant sedimentary rock) is a timeless tone that feels right at home when paired with a few contemporary accents, as seen in designer Orlando Soria's gorg two-tone kitchen makeover. And can we talk about the patterned ceramic floor tile? Swoon!
5. Graphite Gray
Can't decide on just one shade? Don't. Take a cue from this two-tone gray kitchen belonging to Catherine from The Tetbury House. She went with a lighter hue for her upper cabinets and a darker, more dramatic color on the bottom.
6. Ash Gray
7. Mushroom Gray
Three words: clean, simple, functional. In this gray kitchen belonging to Nora and Laura from Our Food Stories, stainless steel appliances are complemented by shale-hued lower cabinets, which add depth and drama without detracting from the overall dreamy country aesthetic.