BLANCO’s new SILGRANIT® sink color, Concrete Gray is clean, organic and extremely balanced. Right on trend, Concrete Gray is BLANCO’s most versatile color yet making it the perfect fit with a wide array of countertop and cabinet designs. We asked three incredible influencers in the interior design industry to create a unique space incorporating BLANCO’s Concrete Gray beauty.
In the Kitchen: Blue & Gray
Morgan McBride of Charleston Crafted channeled a coastal design creating a blue and gray kitchen mood board. Morgan opted for a blue and white tile for the blacksplash and a white countertop to match. As a colorful, but subtle touch she incorporated the BLANCO IKON 27″ Farmhouse sink in Concrete Gray. The pigment of the sink is a beautiful addition, without taking away from the entire beauty of the design. Keeping up with her coastal elements, Morgan used BLANCO’s newest and smallest farmhouse sink, the IKON 27″ which is perfect for smaller kitchens.
A Trendy & Chic Laundry Room
Matching countertops, tile and cabinets, Concrete Gray even compliments appliances like a washer and dryer! Charlotte Russell of Charlotte’s Happy Home created a chic laundry space that incorporates BLANCO’s LIVEN Laundry Sink in Concrete Gray. Her color palette for the laundry room showcases shades of gray with BLANCO’s Concrete Gray anchoring the design and adding functionality to a beautiful laundry space.
Rustic Kitchen Gets Some Color
Katie Staples of Halfway Wholeistic created a beautiful kitchen space that channels a rustic vibe with elegant features. To add some color that isn’t white or rustic brown, Katie chose to incorporate the BLANCO IKON 27″ Farmhouse sink in Concrete Gray. “I find many people often opt for stainless steel sinks out of fear of going with white,” says Katie. “But thanks to BLANCO, there’s now a perfect alternative to the traditional white sink!” Katie’s option for the Concrete Gray IKON that is stainless, heat and scratch resistant “provides an organic look that blends well with all different types of fixtures and accents.”