This contemporary kitchen features light gray subway tile paired with darker gray kitchen cabinets. The gray marbled island countertops are the perfect transition piece between these two colors, while the silver metal range hood and counters bring a contemporary, industrial vibe to the space.
After white and natural wood, gray is the most popular finish for kitchen cabinets, but this is one trendy color that’s not at risk of going out of style. “Muted colors are soothing and easy to live with, and a signature of my work,” says designer Angela Free. “This home is located in the foggy San Francisco Marina district and the neutral yet rich palette allows for a seamless flow between the indoors and outdoors.”
Marble takes an ordinary bathroom from bland to brilliant by bouncing the light around to make even a small bathroom feel much brighter and more spacious. Contractor Stephen Fanuka of Million Dollar Contractor uses oversized marble tiles on the floor and in the shower to create this lavish bathroom as seen on HGTV.com.
Gray can be both simple and soothing as seen in this bedroom where various shades of the color are used throughout the space. Black floating shelves create a fun picture gallery on one of the back walls.
The remodeled kitchen gets gray shiplap walls, new stainless appliances and all new cabinets with metal facings fabricated by Jimmy Don. The face plates are secured to the with glue for a seamless look.
This bathroom wall uses several shades of gray and black to provide a dynamic color scheme. The Asian aesthetic of the room is reflected in a simple, neutral flower arrangement on a built-in wall shelf.