This post may contain affiliate links, which means that we earn a small percentage of each sale. If you want to add some color to a cabinet while staying light, bright, and neutral, gray is a great option. Whether you are designing a kitchen or a bathroom, cabinet color is one thing that can date a space quickly.
You want to make sure you have test spots near anything that is not changing, such as trim, carpet or flooring, or cabinets. Warm toned grays are often called “Greige” (gray-beige) and have a bit more brown in them. Cool toned grays are more icey and usually have blue undertones.
Look at the elements of your room already – usually flooring, trim color, or furniture you know you want to use. I am excited to break down some of the most popular gray cabinet paint colors with you.
Some people say that it can read ever so slightly purple, especially in morning light.
Click here to order a 12″x12″ peel and stick sample of Sherwin Williams Repose Gray.
Winter Gates is a very warm toned light greige color. Click here to order a 12″x12″ peel and stick sample of Benjamin Moore Winter Gates.
Click here to order a 12″x12″ peel and stick sample of Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray. This warm toned dark gray color is perfect for a kitchen island or lower cabinets paired with a lighter upper. It is very deep and highly pigmented and looks great in traditional or modern homes.
Click here to order a 12″x12″ peel and stick sample of Benjamin Moore Iron Mountain.
Iron Mountain Kitchen Island by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia This is a very warm toned dark gray color with almost purple undertones.
It’s not a choice for the faint of heart – but it definitely will give you an impact and still stays fairly neutral despite it’s deep hue. Peppercorn is another gorgeous deep gray color with slightly purple undertones.
It is a bit brown as well and in general is a nice warm charcoal paint color.
Click here to order a 12″x12″ peel and stick sample of Sherwin Williams Peppercorn.
Peppercorn kitchen cabinets by Living Letter Home Samplize will send you 12″x12″ peel and stick samples of paint colors from many popular brands so you can see exactly how they will look in your home!
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