We took this kitchen from builder grade to custom looking in less than 1 week! The homeowner had just installed some gorgeous granite counters so we chose Sherwin Williams’ Pearly White for the cabinets and pulled one of the gray tones out of the stone and used it as the glaze color in our double pinstripe. It’s a spectacular combination. The island was upgraded from a sedate cream to a color called Composed, which is a bit deeper than the color on the kitchen walls. Some light distressing was added to the edges to give it some extra dimension. Can’t wait to see this kitchen after the backsplash is installed!