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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Shades of Gray for Winter

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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Shades of Gray for Winter

November 9, 2018

This week the Remodelista editors experimented with color—and discovered the warming powers of the perfect shade of gray. Here are their five favorite design ideas for adding warmth with a dash of gray:

Gray Kitchen Cabinets

A kitchen remodel in a circa-\1890 Victorian townhouse in Park Slope, Brooklyn included new cabinets (also shown in the top photo of the post), painted in Farrow & Ball&#8\2\17;s warm gray Pigeon.
Above: A kitchen remodel in a circa-1890 Victorian townhouse in Park Slope, Brooklyn included new cabinets (also shown in the top photo of the post), painted in Farrow & Ball’s warm gray Pigeon.

See more of this kitchen in Steal This Look: A Modern Brooklyn Kitchen, Ikea Cabinets Included.

Classic English Pottery

Above: A collection of Mason Cash pottery in shades of cream and gray on display at Les Touilleurs in Montreal.

In Montreal, emporium Les Touilleurs is a “classic store with big open-pantry displays that evoke true kitchen feelings,” say its owners. See what’s on offer in this week’s Shopper’s Diary.

Concrete Candelabra

From Brooklyn-based design studio Vonnegut Kraft, a Dune Candelabra cast in matte concrete takes design cues from brutalist architecture.
Above: From Brooklyn-based design studio Vonnegut Kraft, a Dune Candelabra cast in matte concrete takes design cues from brutalist architecture.

The simple texture of cast concrete can marry modern and traditional design elements together in a room. See more ideas in this week’s Steal This Look post.

Oil Paintings

A \19th-century portrait of Clarissa Pear (&#8\2\20;a friend of mine’s great cousin,&#8\2\2\1; says homeowner Donna McNeil) In a church-turned-house  in Rockland, Maine,. Photograph by Greta Rybus.
Above: A 19th-century portrait of Clarissa Pear (“a friend of mine’s great cousin,” says homeowner Donna McNeil) In a church-turned-house  in Rockland, Maine,. Photograph by Greta Rybus.

See more in The New Sanctuary: Inside a Curator’s Haven on the Coast of Maine, Ikea Kitchen Included.

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