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9 Décor Ideas To Spruce Up Your Kitchen For Thanksgiving

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The holiday season is officially upon us, and no matter how much we try to keep calm, we just can’t! With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s time to begin the yearly ritual of decorating the house, tidying up the surroundings, and arrange for the thanksgiving feast for the extended family and friends. Before you bother asking, yes, this is the perfect time for you to redecorate your kitchen and dining rooms, and make them ready for welcoming the guests.

Decorating your kitchen depends heavily on how much you want to change, and how much are you willing to spend. If you are going for big renovations, then you can try experimenting with the structure, tear down a wall or two, reconstruct the whole design of the kitchen by completely changing the interior, etc. And if you are opting for small but noticeable changes, then too, there are a lot of ideas. Using grey kitchen cabinets, you can give your kitchen a makeover in multiple ways. In this article, we will discuss everything, from big changes to small.

Grey Kitchen Cabinets:

Using the color grey in your interior décor is pretty cool if you know the right way to use it. Grey has a several advantages over other colors. Such as:

  1. Grey is such a unique color- a mixture of black, the deepest color, and white, the lightest. When mixed together, the color grey is formed. With so many shades of grey (pun intended!), the choice is limitless.

  1. It’s soothing for the eyes and the mind. Grey color has a positive effect as a visual stimulus. Like white and beige, it soothes the eyes but is a lot more stylish.

  1. Grey color creates the illusion of a bigger kitchen area.

So, here are 10 décor ideas to spruce up your kitchen using grey cabinets., and the color grey in general.


1.Grey Cabinets and Marble

Using light grey cabinets with marble countertops look stylish and trendy. Light colors make the kitchen bright and fresh. As a result, you don’t have to install too many lights.

2. Mixing Grey with Black Cabinets 

If you want a rustic, old-world charm in your kitchen, go for a combination of black and grey. Ideas on how to combine the two colors are:

A. Use grey for top shelves and cabinets, and black for lower shelves and cabinets.

B. If you only have floor cabinets, alternate the color part by part, or use black for the middle shelves, and grey for the edges, or vice versa.

3. Contrasting with Bright Colors

Pairing grey painted kitchen cabinets with other items of your kitchen of bright colors like red, yellow, or turquoise will look super-edgy and sleek. Opt for a bright red oven, or yellow barstools in your kitchen to accompany the grey cabinets.

4. Monochrome Magic

You will be amazed to see what you can do with just one color. Grey comes in so many shades, and you can pick and choose more than one shade for your kitchen cabinets. RTA kitchen cabinets are even easier to find in a range of colors, including different shades and intensities of grey.

5. Grey And White Mix And Match

Dark grey will look fabulous with white. Wooden kitchen counters painted in white, a white sink amidst grey cabinets, or white curtains in the window- all are excellent ways to mix and match with grey.

6. Glossy And Matte Finish

You can even experiment with the finish. Generally, the countertops are made of stone and have a glossy finish. But matte-finish on stones is also available nowadays. If you have glossy cabinets, install matte countertops, and vice versa.

7. Painted Grey Kitchen Cabinets

Creating beautiful patterns and textures with paint will look very attractive. Grey painted kitchen cabinets add up to the style quotient of your interior.

8. Contrasting Grey Cabinets With Wall Color

Grey is soothing and cool. So, bright colors are fitting for contrasting effects, although, probably no one will prefer a blood-red wall in their kitchen. Bright doesn’t have to be deep. Sometimes, light colors can also look bright in the context.

9. Contrasting Cabinets With Flooring

And lastly, consider replacing your existing floor to match the grey cabinets. A hardwood floor looks good with glossy cabinets, and tiled or marbled floor looks better with matte ones.

Finally, if you are planning for some large-scale makeovers, consider having an open kitchen. This is very popular nowadays. An open kitchen and dining area not only gives you the appearance of a bigger space, but they are convenient too. Imagine how easy it will be to take the turkey out of the oven and serve right up in the dining table 5-feet away. Besides, if you have a relatively smaller house, or if you live in an apartment, an open kitchen makes a lot more sense. You can use the kitchen counters as makeshift buffet counters for your parties. With the open kitchen format, everything looks very fresh and tidy in the area.

So, which one of these awesome ideas are you applying to your kitchen this thanksgiving?

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