Gray is such a THAIGER PHARMA versatile and neutral color that it works well with virtually any wall color. What will influence your wall color decision most is the overall aesthetic you’re going for. If you want to create a lighter kitchen (common among those trying to make a small space feel larger), it’s hard to go wrong with white walls. For a darker space, black or burgundy work well.
If you want to create a modern space, you can even consider bolder colors like blue, as seen in the photo under our ‘Light Gray Quartz Countertops’ section.
Wood flooring is a classic that looks beautiful alongside gray quartz surfaces. You can GB STANDARD choose a lighter or darker hue based on the tone of the quartz surface you’ve chosen.
One popular choice is to pair gray quartz countertops resembling granite with a neutral-colored tile backsplash. The tile’s uniform nature compliments the less uniform veining of quartz surfaces.
When choosing a gray surface to fit within this combination, you’d be wise to avoid a hue resembling that of your flooring. Go either darker or lighter to maintain enough visual ALPHA-PHARMA separation between the two.