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Let one shade steal the show - A simple approach to layering grey is to choose a shade that will do most of the work, and then add small accents in similar tones. Here, dove grey covers the walls and cabinets, but is broken up by the granite worktops, dark range and deep grey lampshade, creating a cohesive scheme that contains some contrast, too.


Whether your style is contemporary or ultra-modern, grey and white pair together to complete any look. The hues can cover walls, countertops, floors, and cabinets. Using one alone can make a striking statement. Blend the two together for a look of understated sophistication. The two are also combined in these kitchens in marble islands, making a bold statement right in the middle of the kitchen. These 30 grey and white kitchens get it just right. Some intentionally create a cool industrial style and others present in a warm and welcoming fashion. The hardware, textiles, and lighting complete these looks with perfection.


Add a bolt of crimson - It’s fair to say that grey can be a triumph in every single room of the home, and it’s a winner in the kitchen. These Shaker-style, rich grey units anchor the bottom half of this cook space beautifully, letting the white upper level max out on light and airiness. What makes it, though, is the bold blast of crimson in the form of a curvaceous fridge-freezer.


Often used in bedroom design, the soft appeal of grey can cool many interiors. Yet one secret power remains - its subtle transformation of kitchens. Often left in the cold for warmer wooden tones, its ability to make a kitchen look fresh and contemporary works wonders for a range of home styles. Whether blending into white, creating the industrial or making smooth moves in charcoal, its range and depth of hue rival many traditional kitchen colours. Paired with brighter yellows and tonal blue gradients, it offers a clean palette without the drama of white or black. Look at our top forty picks for yourself.


Are you looking for pictures of kitchens with dark cabinets?  In most kitchens, the cabinet fronts you choose to cover up your storage with become the very essence of the entire room. Coming just above and below eye level, and taking up a majority wall space within the room, the color, style, and finish you select will undoubtedly have a major impact on the style and atmosphere of the room.  Whether you’re looking for grey, dark or black kitchen cabinets we will explore the benefits and reasons you should consider these for your home.


1 of 21 Black And White Kitchens In photographer William Abranowicz's Westchester ranch house, pendant lights by Produzione Privata hang above the marble-top kitchen counter, adding a clean, minimalistic accent to the black and white space. The black bar chairs are by Thonet and the milk glass-lined cabinets are custom made. The backsplash tiles are by Waterworks. William Abranowicz


Black And White Kitchens In photographer William Abranowicz's Westchester ranch house, pendant lights by Produzione Privata hang above the marble-top kitchen counter, adding a clean, minimalistic accent to the black and white space. The black bar chairs are by Thonet and the milk glass-lined cabinets are custom made. The backsplash tiles are by Waterworks. William Abranowicz


4 of 21 Black And White Kitchens In the striking 1920s Hollywood home, which belongs to actors Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor, the white island is topped with a contrasting dark countertop. It features cabinet supports inspired by hand-turned spindles spotted in an old bakery. Grey Crawford


Black And White Kitchens In the striking 1920s Hollywood home, which belongs to actors Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor, the white island is topped with a contrasting dark countertop. It features cabinet supports inspired by hand-turned spindles spotted in an old bakery. Grey Crawford


9 of 21 Black And White Kitchens In the Connecticut kitchen of accessories designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex, the checkered tumbled-marble floor is complemented by white cabinetry and soapstone counters. A rough-hewn beam provides a woodsy touch to the otherwise black-and-white country kitchen, while a factory stool from London adds just a touch of industrial chic to the tailored space. Pieter Estersohn


Black And White Kitchens In the Connecticut kitchen of accessories designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex, the checkered tumbled-marble floor is complemented by white cabinetry and soapstone counters. A rough-hewn beam provides a woodsy touch to the otherwise black-and-white country kitchen, while a factory stool from London adds just a touch of industrial chic to the tailored space. Pieter Estersohn


Black appliances look sharp alongside medium to dark gray cabinets. This kitchen palette of black, white and shades of gray is understated yet so sophisticated. A touch of warmth is essential, however, to avoid a cold and sterile-looking kitchen. The rich wood floor adds the perfect dose of warmth and character.


8 of 21 Black And White Kitchens In this New York townhouse's black and white kitchen, the sleek pendants are from a Czechoslovakian factory and the 1940s stools are by Warren McArthur. The oven is by Wolf, the floor is lined with Corten steel tiles and the staircase is suspended from cable supports. Simon Upton


Black And White Kitchens In this New York townhouse's black and white kitchen, the sleek pendants are from a Czechoslovakian factory and the 1940s stools are by Warren McArthur. The oven is by Wolf, the floor is lined with Corten steel tiles and the staircase is suspended from cable supports. Simon Upton


14 of 21 Black And White Kitchens Swedish photographer Magdalena Björnsdotter covered the kitchen of her monochromatic, century-old farmhouse in rural Sweden in bright white paint, but added shadows of black on counters and industrial-style chairs. The space includes a flea-market table and a metal-and-driftwood pendant light by Olsson & Jensen. Magdalena Björnsdotter


Black And White Kitchens Swedish photographer Magdalena Björnsdotter covered the kitchen of her monochromatic, century-old farmhouse in rural Sweden in bright white paint, but added shadows of black on counters and industrial-style chairs. The space includes a flea-market table and a metal-and-driftwood pendant light by Olsson & Jensen. Magdalena Björnsdotter


6 of 21 Black And White Kitchens Designed by firm Ashe + Leandro, this Manhattan loft kitchen belonging to Coldplay's lead guitarist Jonny Buckland and his family blends natural materials with modern finishes, embracing a black and white aesthetic with touches of rustic appeal. Leather-upholstered barstools provide seating around the room's mahogany butcher. Mikkel Vang


Black And White Kitchens Designed by firm Ashe + Leandro, this Manhattan loft kitchen belonging to Coldplay's lead guitarist Jonny Buckland and his family blends natural materials with modern finishes, embracing a black and white aesthetic with touches of rustic appeal. Leather-upholstered barstools provide seating around the room's mahogany butcher. Mikkel Vang


In photographer William Abranowicz's Westchester ranch house, pendant lights by Produzione Privata hang above the marble-top kitchen counter, adding a clean, minimalistic accent to the black and white space. The black bar chairs are by Thonet and the milk glass-lined cabinets are custom made. The backsplash tiles are by Waterworks.


2 of 21 Black And White Kitchens In this transitional 1890's Southampton home, designed by Steven Gambrel, the kitchen features glazed, black subway tile on the walls and classic French tiling on the floor. The white hood is custom made. Eric Piasecki


Black And White Kitchens In this transitional 1890's Southampton home, designed by Steven Gambrel, the kitchen features glazed, black subway tile on the walls and classic French tiling on the floor. The white hood is custom made. Eric Piasecki


I cannot get enough of this beauty.. grey cabinets, marble counter tops and natural flooring. Yep, that's pretty much perfect in my book. The entire home is


In the Connecticut kitchen of accessories designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex, the checkered tumbled-marble floor is complemented by white cabinetry and soapstone counters. A rough-hewn beam provides a woodsy touch to the otherwise black-and-white country kitchen, while a factory stool from London adds just a touch of industrial chic to the tailored space.


In this Hamptons home of Oscar de la Renta's young executive Erika Bearman, decorator Miles Redd created a black and white kitchen that exudes vibrant personality. The kitchen's stools are by Design Within Reach, the ceiling fixture is from YLighting, the refrigerator and wine cooler are Sub-Zero and the photograph is from Natural Curiosities.


Because dark kitchen cabinets can be dramatic and intense, as well as light absorbing, it’s a popular choice to mix and match the color of your cabinets. Neutral brown colors look great against bold color accents, or lighter muted tones of beige, taupe, and cream. Color blocking can help to separate your kitchen into smaller and more manageable areas, magnify the space you have available, and balance out the dark and light tones in your kitchen until you achieve the perfect contrast.


The reflectiveness of these dark kitchen cabinets mean that the mood and style of the kitchen is dictated by the amount of light, natural and artificial, brought into the kitchen. More light will lighten the entire room, but less light will increase the drama and intensity of the dark colors.