Greige is possibly the coziest color we've ever laid our eyes on. The most common use of greige is obviously paint. It brings this earthy, warm feel to any room, and you can decorate with any accent color under the sun because it's so versatile. At Woodmaster Woodworks, we like to think outside the box. So, we've gathered some of our favorite unique uses of greige that are NOT walls...
Greige floors. If you can't decide between light or dark floors, go with greige. When choosing a floor color, keep in mind that there will most likely be a lot of it. It needs to be pleasing to the eye and match almost anything. If you're looking for a modern floor color, greige is your best choice, and there are so many variations of it!
With just a little time spent on Pinterest, you can find kitchen inspiration for days! We have put together a list of some of our favorite looks. Which one best fits your style?
Brick Back Splash:
This rustic look is to die for; especially designed in a herringbone pattern. We have a feeling that this warm style is the new classic and it will be around for a while!
We love the open feel glass cabinets give a kitchen. Paired with the marble counter tops and glamorous back splash, you can't go wrong with this look.
If you find yourself pining over eclectic style homes on Pinterest, maybe a mint kitchen would be just right for you. Pair it with a butcher block island counter top to tone it down a bit. Classy yet fun and unexpected, this gorgeous color will definitely be a conversation starter in your home.
Are you a fan of the show "Fixer Upper"? If so, you've seen a lot of open shelving in their kitchens. This look will put the final touches on a farmhouse style kitchen. Open shelves are perfect for putting your best decor and china on display.
This is a rare kitchen feature, but who says you should stop at one island?! If you're an avid chef or entertainer, this would definitely come in handy. We say, if you have the space for two islands, go for it!
Thanks for reading the Woodmaster Woodworks blog! We hope that we've sparked some kitchen inspiration for all of our readers.
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