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rtylor29

Which gray for traditional kitchen?

rtylor29
January 16, 2016






I want gray in the kitchen/LR combowith a navy accent wall in an adjoining room. Can you help pick an appropriate gray? I love sw seaworthy for the blue. Suggestions welcome! Thank you in advance.

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  • 1dogand3cats

    the grays i always lean to is SW Repose gray and SW mindful gray. they seem to go with everything.

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    Catalfamo Flooring
    Personally I would go with a taupe gray color that would go with the beige and brown tones of your existing kitchen.

    Gerard
    Catalfamo Gallery of Fort Lauderdale
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  • rtylor29

    Thank you! I picked up a sample of agreeable gray I was just worried it was a little dark. But the repose and mindful will coordinate with my cabinets?

  • bmysko

    We used BM Ranchwood in our kitchen. It works. It worked really well in other areas of the house so that was the deciding factor. It's called Indian River in the U.S.

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  • bmysko

    With cabinets that have an orange undertone you might prefer a gray with a green undertone. Try to stay away from anything too pink. Ranchwood is somewhere in between.


  • rtylor29

    Thank you. I tried revere pewter and it was too light. Ill try the samples recommended!

  • bmysko

    let us know what you decide!


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  • rtylor29

    I will!

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