5 Striking Grey Kitchen Worktops
Grey kitchen worktops are having a real moment and are something a bit different to the light worktops that have been so popular. Pair your grey kitchen worktop with a light unit for a modern look or else with a matching dark unit for a sophisticated look.
Here are 5 of our very favourite grey kitchen worktops to give you some inspiration!
If you are planning a kitchen and need some help finding a local kitchen showroom, we can match you with the most suitable ones for your project.
1. Grey quartz worktops
Quartz is a great option if you want a very modern smooth look in your kitchen. We love this grey Quartz worktop in Cemento Spa from Silestone, by Halycon Interiors. This is a great example of how a dark worktop can be teamed with wood units to create a sophisticated look.
2. Grey concrete worktops
Concrete is so on trend, especially as the industrial look continues to grow in popularity. Concrete can come in a variety of colours and finishes, so you can go as dark as you like. We love this concrete worktop mixed with the white units and the copper finishes - a very modern and bright twist on the industrial look.
3. Dark grey composite stone worktops
These grey kitchen worktops blend seamlessly with the dark grey units, while the stainless steel splashbacks and bronze handles work so well to create the ultimate sophisticated kitchen. The worktops are Grigio Piombo composite stone which has a really solid smooth grey finish.
4. Dark grey marble worktops
We adore light Carrara marble which is still such a popular choice in the kitchen, however you can get darker shades of marble to give a different look. Plus, darker marble will be less likely to show up stains than a lighter version. This kitchen from John Lewis of Hungerford shows how to mix different colours and create a modern and fun family kitchen with this stunning deep grey kitchen worktop.
5. Belgian blue limestone worktops
We basically love everything we see from deVOL kitchens and this stunning deep blue kitchen with matching Belgian Blue Limestone worktop is no exception. Technically this worktop is blue, however this gives the looks of a dark grey worktop that we love. We adore the dark units and worktop mixed with light walls, wooden flooring and a Carrara marble splashback. Simply perfection.
If you need some help finding a local kitchen showroom, we can match you with the most suitable ones for your project.
Published: May 17, 2018