Traditionally grey has been seen as a dull and boring colour that everyone avoided as it didn’t add any vibrancy to the home. This has changed! 2015 has very much seen a shift in the popularity of grey paint with it now being  a colour of choice. Its particularly popular to be used in kitchens and bathrooms. Grey is now considered a neutral colour that looks smart, clean and crisp.

When selecting a grey paint for your kitchen you need to give it some thought. There are many different tones to choose from. It may be considered that a darker tone will not work well in smaller kitchens, however as the article in House to Home shows, a smaller kitchen can take a darker grey paint.

Many modern kitchens have pure white units, so a grey paint works really well against these.

Also popular are neutral wood style kitchens. This style works well with a lighter grey paint as the tones in the wood bring out the colour in the room.

Another reason grey is a popular choice, is it looks good against all of the stainless steel appliances in your kitchen. Matching a shade of grey against your toaster and kettle aids a modern look.

Whatever shade of grey you decide, you can be sure the choice available is plenty. The Dulux Tinted Kitchen + provides a particularly good choice of grey shades to choose from.