Shades of Gray
Grays add a softness to the design, whether as a primary color, shown in the kitchen here, or as a secondary color, often on an island.
Gray is the perfect fit for the growing trend of Transitional design. The washed look and character of Peppercorn cherry paired with our Boardwalk door style creates a naturally calm and simple space. Designing with consistent horizontal sight lines, linear crown and a blended color palette are a few of the key elements to create a Transitional haven.
Pairing gray toned finishes, such as stain and paint, allows you to showcase multiple textures and values for creating depth through a layered approach.
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Overhaul your under-sink storageCupboards under the sink can be the most tricky space in the kitchen for storage as it can be hard to navigate around all that awkward plumbing. The owners of this kitchen have used wire baskets to help separate dishcloths from cleaning products. They’ve also made use of the inside of the doors with shallow shelving to store bin liners and other everyday essentials.It can get wet under the sink, so opt for waterproof storage units made of plastic or metal, and choose ones that are also easy to pull out in case of any plumbing issues.Take a look at these 6 solutions for under-sink areas