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Popular Shades of Gray Cabinetry

The year 2015 has struck the market with the color trend gray. The “new neutral” can be seen anywhere from hairstyles on women under the age of 65, to the interior of homes. The influence of ‘gray’ has not been lost on cabinetry.

Many designers prefer to use bolder colors in homes; therefore, they can blend in the gray to help tone down the brightness of the different colors. Gray is a good color to incorporate with statement colors in the living room or kitchen because it acts as a neutralizer.

Gray has been found in all types of homes: modern, traditional, contemporary, eclectic and rustic and has become a prominent trend in the kitchen and bath industry.

Considered the color of intellect, knowledge, and wisdom. It is perceived as long-lasting, classic, and often as sleek or refined.

Dove

Dove is a popular light gray paint topped with a low sheen.

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Dove Slate

While just a variation of Dove, Dove Slate is a light gray paint offering a gray Slate glaze, topped with a low sheen.

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Willow

Willow is a popular mid-tone gray paint topped with a low sheen.

Gray cabinetry finished in willow paint

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Willow Slate

Willow Slate offers the popularity of mid-tone gray paint with a gray Slate glaze topped with a low sheen

Gray cabinetry finished in willow paint with slate glaze

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Considered to be a color of compromise, perhaps because it sits between the extremes of black and white. Do you think gray is here to stay? If so, which of the colors would you choose?

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