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Wall Colors That Go Best with Gray Cabinets in Omaha, NE

Wall Colors That Go Best with Gray Cabinets in Omaha, NE

Whether you're starting fresh with a new kitchen color palette or you want a new wall color, it's important to have some inspiration and ideas. With gray kitchen cabinets, you have a world of options in terms of furniture and decor that pair with them. But which paint color should you choose for the walls? Thankfully, there aren't very many restrictions when it comes to colors that go with gray, which is a reason we love it!

Our color experts at Brush & Roll Painting know a thing or two about selecting the perfect shade for any space. With gray kitchen cabinets, the possibilities for color combos are endless. Here are a few wall colors we love that go with gray kitchen cabinets. 


Gray kitchen cabinets with white walls

1. White

White and gray is a classic color combination that suits any space. By having a crisp white wall, you're letting the gray kitchen cabinets stand out and draw the eye. Depending on the style of your kitchen cabinets, gray paint can help highlight their unique design and wood grain (this is especially true with traditional-style kitchen cabinets). For a crisp white on your kitchen walls, give Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore a try.


Gray kitchen cabinets with yellow walls

2. Yellow

We're convinced that yellow and gray were made for each other. Don't believe us? Try cheery yellow walls with classic or modern gray cabinets and see for yourself! Gray and yellow complement each other so well and make a great case for a color and neutral duo in your kitchen space. The warm and cool pairing opens your kitchen up to great design possibilities. Hawthorne Yellow by Benjamin Moore actually has gray undertones in it, so give this shade a whirl. 



3. off-white

If you're wanting something more subtle than stark white, we recommend a creamy off-white that's a little warmer. With this color combo, you can go with dark gray cabinets or light gray kitchen cabinets. Off-white typically leans warmer and has yellow undertones, so it juxtaposes nicely with the often-cool tones of gray. Swiss Coffee by Benjamin Moore is a perennial favorite among interior designers and homeowners alike.



4. light blue

Icy cool and modern, light blue and gray give your kitchen a serene, of-the-moment vibe without being too cold. This duo pairs perfectly with stainless steel accents and contemporary furniture and decor, but it's also incredibly versatile. Finding the perfect light blue with grayish undertones can be a little overwhelming, but we recommend Benjamin Moore's Smoke.


Gray walls with light green cabinets

5. Mint Green

Similar to how yellow works so well with gray, mint green also brings the neutral shade to life. Whether you do a brighter mint green or more subdued pistachio, gray can work with just about any shade of green. Light green has great energy and brings an earthy, warm change of pace to the kitchen. Douglas Fern by Benjamin Moore is a soft, elegant shade that looks beautiful with any shade of gray paint. 


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6. Greige

You can never go wrong with two neutrals. Greige and gray are an excellent gradient color palette in the kitchen, as they're so similar. The gray paint you use on the kitchen cabinets can be darker for a greater contrast to the lighter greige walls. Try Edgecomb Gray by Benjamin Moore, the ultimate greige that professionals swear by.


Gray kitchen cabinets adapt with just about any wall color but consider these options a starting point. Gray is versatile and forgiving, so if you want something more minimal and simple or bold and bright, go for it! Always opt for what you love, while also considering your space, the natural light available, the style of your kitchen as well as your own personal style. 


At Brush & Roll Painting, we know that home painting is a serious investment. We also believe that any paint job is only as good as the prep. If you want a quality paint job that will stand the test of time, give us a call at (402) 932-9764 or schedule an estimate online.