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