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In this traditional kitchen, light gray walls, nearly black cabinetry and the gray rug in the foreground provide light, medium and dark tones of gray.
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Nothing sexier than the gray of concrete — there's just something about this particular type of gray that gets my heart racing. Again, the warm wood tones are used in clever ways to counter the coolness of the gray and the glossy white cabinetry. Looking beyond the kitchen, we see the use of additional tonal variations of gray, adding to the overall effect.
Maybe intentionally, maybe not, this white and soft-gray kitchen is so incredibly elegant and feminine. The basic palette provides a beautiful backdrop to the other splashes of colors in the accessories.
Here's another beautiful example of how a gray hard surface ties into an incredibly inviting and warm kitchen. The deep reddish brown cabinetry perfectly plays off the island counter to create an environment that speaks to hanging out and enjoying family and friends.
This fairly straightforward kitchen is all about color and texture. High-gloss white upper cabinets are paired with subtle gray-green lower cabinetry for a real treat. To bring it all together, a middle tone of stainless steel grating is used to wrap the sides of the island. Both functional and durable, the tonal quality mixed with the texture plays a good middleman to the rest of the colors and materials.
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