White countertops are always going to be popular, period. But there’s a new neutral hue on the block, and for people who don’t love monochrome white design schemes, it’s a truly sophisticated option. “Gray is one of the best colors to use as a neutral palette,” Erika Egede-Nissen, Director of Brand Marketing at Caesarstone
US, recently told Pro Builder
. “Because we’re seeing a lean toward color integration in the home, gray allows you to mix in pops of color without overwhelming the space.” Not only that, but it’s ideal for adding in other materials like wood, concrete, and steel. While it’s endlessly versatile, getting gray right takes careful consideration, so if you decide to go for it, keep these tips in mind when designing your space. These 15 Caesarstone
kitchens offer a ton of inspiration to help you plan your perfect space.