Use solid doors to safely hide the contents of your kitchen cabinets and glass for those modules that you don’t mind putting on displayAccent lighting used in combination with glass inserts can result in some amazing aesthetic designsIt’s usually the upper, wall-mounted cabinets that make glass inserts look natural.
Gray can appear austere and cold compared to other colors and in a room such as the kitchen which is supposed to be warm and inviting, using this tone can be tricky. The key is to pair it with warm materials such as wood and with bold accent colors such as yellow, red or orange to squeeze out a bit of cheerfulness.
Opt for darker shades of gray to create visual contrastsThe transition from gray to white is really smooth with such a light shade. The dark grout on the tiled backsplash complements the cabinetsIn the case of a darker shade of gray, you can use this rocky beach tone on the wallsB righten up the gray accents with lighting and white accents.
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