Kitchen colour
Published on 23 August 2021
Updated on 23 August 2021

A kitchen in dark grey and light wood: a contemporary and sophisticated look

When you choose a kitchen in dark grey and light wood, you are consciously opting for most stylish of contemporary pairings. These colours and materials blend perfectly to create an elegant and welcoming space. Discover how to combine dark grey and light wood to create the atmosphere that’s best for you. We’ll then look at selecting exactly the right taps and sinks to accentuate the overall look.

A dark grey kitchen with light wood detailing

If you want to give your kitchen an industrial loft feel, then choosing the right combination of dark and light shades for units and worktops is the way to go.

 

With its slate grey doors and panels, our Lumina Indus kitchen delivers the perfect solution. The functional look creates an uncompromisingly industrial feel. We then introduce a welcoming warmth with the choice of natural wood for wall shelving units and the central island extension. The choice of black and metal handles and light fittings then inject additional character. The perfectly balanced result creates a kitchen that’s right on trend and great to live with.

The dark concrete and light wood kitchen

Simultaneously sophisticated, contemporary and timeless, these choices invite you to inject an element of surprise into your kitchen with a designer look you’ll never tire of.


But kitchens in dark grey and light wood are not only for large spaces. In dark grey and light wood, our Vita concrete kitchen gives you the opportunity to embrace this decorative style successfully, even if your kitchen is small and narrow.


And, of course, you can exercise your own creativity through your choice of paint and splashback. Muted colours like petrol blue, deep wine red or terracotta and lichen green will provide the perfect finishing touch to your on-trend look.

 

Choosing the right taps and sinks for a kitchen in dark grey and light wood

Opt for a matt black sink and tap to enhance the industrial loft feel of your new kitchen. A slimline or spray head mixer tap will take the industrial look to a new level.


For a more sophisticated feel, gold and brass detailing will add additional visual appeal. Details like these will take your dark grey and light wood kitchen to a new level of sophistication.


For a fully coordinated finish, think about using door handles and light fittings in the same colour(s) as your tap(s) and sink.

 

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