Howard Lake, MN: The incredible popularity of the color gray for interior designs is still on the rise and homeowners are embracing this beautiful, soft, rich color in every room of the home! From light gray to dark gray and every shade in between, gray is being used as a neutral background color, an accent color, or even the dominant color.
Recently, Dura Supreme introduced a beautiful palette of gray paints and gray stains. Kitchen designers across the USA enthusiastically embraced these finishes! Karen Wistrom, ASID, NCIDQ, CMG, VP of Sales & Marketing for Dura Supreme Cabinetry stated “It has been interesting to see these finishes suddenly flowing across our manufacturing floor, destined for homes around the country. We’ve already seen an enthusiastic acceptance of these new colors as homeowners started immediately selecting our various shades of gray paints for their homes and their new Dura Supreme kitchens!”
Gray is quickly becoming the “new neutral” color being used by designers in every room of the home. Designers are using Dura Supreme’s gray paint palette for the cabinetry in their designs to create a “neutral backdrop” that can coordinate with any color of the rainbow. This allows homeowners to decorate with any bold colors of their choice and change them out as their tastes and trends change with time.
Dura Supreme’s gray stains have a true brown base color (without a red or yellow undertone) that will coordinate with white paints, gray wall colors, gray countertops, and tiles. Gray stains are a popular option for customers who are looking for a more neutral color for their homes and prefer the look of wood grain instead of paint.
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Dura Supreme kitchen with “Storm Gray” painted cabinets. Kitchen design by Gwen Adair of Cabinet Supreme by Adair featuring Dura Supreme Cabinetry.
Weathered “A” finish from Dura Supreme Cabinetry
Dura Supreme cabinetry shown in the “Storm Gray” paint.
Dura Supreme cabinetry shown in the “Silver Mist” paint.
Dura Supreme cabinetry shown in “Morel/Charcoal” stain and glaze finish.
Dura Supreme’s Chelsea door style in the “Silver Mist” paint.