The key to long-lasting greys is all about finding the right shades. While opinions may vary, I believe this is found in the greys with warm undertones. Yes, even “greige” falls into this category. And all of our grey finishes (with the exception of Castle Rock) were strategically developed with warm undertones that keep them from looking cold or commercial-looking. Warm undertones also mean these greys can be paired with creams, beiges, and wood tones, keeping the overall look light, comfortable, and inviting. Which by the way, happen to be some keywords for what homeowners want in their living spaces :)!
Many people like the look of a white kitchen, but are looking for something more interesting and less mainstream —grey is still classic and subtle, but the right grey will have more depth and nuance to it. As a backdrop for other décor, grey deepens and illuminates other accent colors (warm or cool). Without a doubt, grey adds interest beyond white but creates a neutral backdrop to add personalization with other materials, like flooring, counters or even changeable décor.