Gorgeous Gray Kitchen

Designer Jordan Iverson creates a polished look in this open-concept kitchen with durable quartz countertops and Shaker-style cabinets painted a soft gray for a new take on the classic.

Photo By: Jordan Iverson

Photo By: Jordan Iverson

Photo By: Jordan Iverson

Photo By: Jordan Iverson

Photo By: Jordan Iverson

Soft Palette in Show-Stopping Kitchen

Lighted upper cabinets hold inset resin panels, a distinctive touch in this sleek and clean-lined kitchen. Charcoal tile continues up the backsplash and behind a slim, stainless steel hood, and appliances are built into pale gray cabinetry. Caesarstone quartz in white and gray adds polish that is balanced by industrial-style barstools and wood floors.

Light Gray Cabinetry Complements White Island in Sleek, Custom Kitchen

Custom cabinetry in a light gray finish lines the perimeter of this kitchen, making the bright white island stand out. Lighted upper cabinets feature inset resin panels, and under-cabinet task lighting is helpful for food preparation. Oil-stained wood floors tie in with wood-topped swivel barstools and warm up the space.

Customized Storage in Contemporary Kitchen

Every inch of space is put to use in this streamlined kitchen, including a slim strip of cabinetry that serves as wine storage. Custom-designed, locally built cabinets in a soft gray hue are clean and crisp against white Caesarstone countertops and bright white trim.

Gray Kitchen Features New Take on Classic Forms

A modern trestle table with a galvanized metal top sits below an equally modern version of a wagon wheel light fixture in this open plan kitchen-dining space. In the kitchen, two-toned cabinetry and countertops are set off by a charcoal tile backsplash that extends to the top of the cabinetry for a streamlined look. Custom oil-stained wood floors provide visual warmth.

Function, Style Converge in Open Living Space

A built-in desk provides work space at the heart of this contemporary open-plan kitchen. Soft gray cabinetry features inset resin panels on upper cabinet doors, while open cubbies provide display space for books and accessories. In the hearth room beyond, a dark accent wall lined with architectural photos creates a dramatic focal point.