Always Classy: Warm Light Gray Cabinets

Always Classy: Warm Light Gray Cabinets

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Cambria Bold
Dec 3, 2013
(Image credit: Fine Little Day)

Among the array of possible colors for kitchen cabinets — mint, forest green, pale blue, azure blue, black, and of course white, to name just a few — I find that a warm light gray is quickly becoming a favorite. It looks modern without looking trendy, and still gives that light, clean look but without going all white. (Which is a very nice change of pace indeed.)

As I've said before, grays are very tricky to get right, because they change so much with the light and quickly skew blue. (This is particularly true with cool grays.) The gray here is decidedly warm, almost taupe. It looks like whipped wet cement, if such a thing was possible. I think it looks especially beautiful with blond wood, too, as seen in the photo.

What do you think? Would you go for a light warm gray look like this for your kitchen cabinets?

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