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41 grey living room ideas – decor in shades from dove to dark grey

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  • Grey is the wall colour of the Millennium, and it’s so easy to see why grey living room ideas appeal to so many. Grey can create a warm scheme as easily as a cool one; it can channel edgy modern and charming country; be calm and soothing or vivid, lively and energetic.

    Just a quick peek at a Farrow & Ball paint chart suggests the myriad possibilities of this favourite decorating shade and explains its enduring appeal: from the barely-there neutrals of Dimity and Ammonite, to the mid tones of Lamp Room Gray and Calluna, through the green-edged Mizzle and Pigeon, blue-hued Parma Gray and Lulworth Blue and out the other side to deep dark Down Pipe, Plummett and Brassica.

    ‘The term ‘grey’ covers a huge number of colours which are often not true greys but contain colours that create distinct warm or cool undertones,’ explains Farrow & Ball’s very own Colour Curator Joa Studholme.

    ‘When it comes to choosing grey, it is the temperature of the tone that is most important and will affect the feel of the space. Greys look different in different light and different size rooms so we have created some tried and tested groups of colours that each have a distinctive character.’

    All of this goes to explain that, over and above our blue, white, pink and green living room ideas, grey continue storage be a favourite.

    Grey living room ideas

    1. Paint all the woodwork


    Cranling Floor Lamp with white marble base and Pink Velvet cone shade brass cap, £387, all Pooky

    A super-soft dove grey works as a gentle contrast to rosy toned upholstery and accents. Painting all of the woodwork in the same colour has created a chic, seamless look that works beautifully with the art-deco inspired fluted chairs.

    The walls aren’t broken up by different finishes, so the uninterrupted flow of grey paint plays with the proportions of the room, creating the illusion of more space and an airy, open room.

    Take care when picking the best grey paint for your walls – you’ll need to consider your room’s size and situation.

    2. Use silvery tones


    Image credit: Joanna Henderson/Future PLC; Fragments wallpaper, £31 per sqm, Rebel Walls; Lampert Sofa, from £3,695, Jonathan Adler

    The striking rough-luxe wall mural brings texture and movement to the space. The metallic highlights of the silky silver rug and wallcovering reflect the light, giving this glam living room even more of a lift.

    A plush velvet sofa in a deeper grey punctuates the space and layers on the luxe. Combining touches of blush pink with the cool grey creates grown-up sophistication.

    If you like this combination, or the previous look, our pink living room ideas are worth seeking out. 

    3. Add jewel accents


    Image Credit: Dominic Blackmore/Future PLC; Walls painted in Down Pipe, Farrow & Ball

    To turn a living room with high ceilings into an inviting, sociable space, opt for the deeper end of the grey spectrum to bring the walls in. Such an intense shade is the perfect way to showcase brave shots of colour.

    Bringing a bold twist to the space is the fuchsia accent chair, ochre curtains and teal lampshade – taking this sitting room from sensible to sensational.

    4. Create a textured wall


    Bronwyn four seater scatter back sofa in Woodland Moss, £1,559, Furniture Village

    Paint effects are back! But we’re not things have moved on since the sponge effect championed on Changing Rooms. Textured emulsion paint such as the Craig & Rose Artisan Concrete Effect Paint and Crown’s Suede paint will create a rustic, artfully imperfect finish. 

    Alternatively, a limed effect can be created using watered down flat matt emulsion, chalk paint or a specialist limewash such as Bauwerk’s selection. 

    Start by applying a bonding primer for plasterboard or previously painted walls. Then with a wide brush, apply the paint in random, sweeping strokes. A second and third coat needs to be watered down to allow the layers and textured effect to build.

    Complement the walls with tactile velvet, layered in tonal hues for a vibe that’s calm, yet cost and oozes easy elegance.

    5. Let architectural features pop

    Grey living room with grey corner sofa and RSJ

    Image credit: Dulux

    It’s common to want to hide architectural features such as RSJs. But in a grey room, letting them sing by painting them in white can create an interesting structural contrast. It also helps zone the space and therefore make it seem cosier – a neat trick, particularly if you’re using a cooler grey palette.

    Use accessories to tie the look together further – white cushions on a grey sofa and a white tabletop do the job here.

    6. Integrate shelving


    Washington Corner chaise, £659, Madison coffee table, £129, Siena rug, from £39, all Dunelm

    Smart and sophisticated, charcoal grey brings depth to this elegant living room. Smart geometric designs on the cushions and rug along with polished chrome accents, bring a timeless touch of boutique chic to space.

    Create the illusion of expensive, built-in storage by painting shelving the same colour as the walls. The alcove becomes a smart feature wall idea that’s easy to adjust. But sticking to a simple palette of black, white and silver reflects the pared back aesthetic of the room.

    7. Use grey as an accent


    Bowie 2.5 seat sofa in Monsoon brushed linen cotton, £1620,

    If wall-to-wall grey isn’t for you, inject modern anthracite accents. A sofa in warm grey is not only a fail-safe style choice, it’s a practical option too. Tie in other features around the room such as fireplace surround, door or windows.

    The floor to ceiling wooden framed windows are a striking feature, but the grey picks them out against the neutral walls and highlights the shape and detailing. If you don’t have wooden framed doors or windows, UPVC windows can also be painted, just look for a specialist primer or paint for durability. 

    8. Lift your grey scheme with a mix of sorbet brights

    grey living room with yellow painted divide

    Image credit: Joanna Henderson
    Styling credit: Charlotte Boyd

    If you are not a fan of washed out sorbet tones but the idea of primary brights scare you to bits, why not try this punchy-pastel alternative. Think Primrose yellow, not lemon sorbet and blues that veare towards turquoise rather than soft powder blue.

    Choose a neutral grey colour to allow you to experiment with the palette on artwork and accessories.

    9. Add depth with different shades

    grey living room idea

    Image credit: Colin Poole

    Use a variety of greys to give depth to your grey living room. Use a lighter, warmer grey when painting the walls and layer darker saturations with a painted fireplace surround and statement furniture pieces. Layering the same colour in different tones creates a calming atmosphere that feels cohesive.

    Soft grey and dark charcoals are both equally enhanced with the addition of some natural greens, whether real foliage or as accent soft furnishings. The flourish of green helps to connect the space with a sense of nature.

    10. Wow with brooding dark shades

    Dark grey living room

    Image credit: Colin Poole

    There’s no denying interior trends in recent years have very much embraced the dark side. As confidence in colour has grown homeowners has been looking to express their personalities more with bold colour choices. A striking almost-black charcoal grey is ideal for an attention-seeking statement.

    A colour of this nature is not just for larger rooms either, used wisely it can be a great small living room idea also – says Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen.

    Using dark paint to make space feel bigger might seem counterintuitive, but Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen explains that particularly when you have a wall-mounted television, painting the space behind it will work much better.

    11. Echo natural shades of grey

    grey living room with stone wall

    Image credit: Richard Gadsby

    Allow the colour of natural stone to inspire your grey colour choices. Use your paint samples on a piece of card to hold against the original walls to determine the perfect pairing to compliment the natural warmth on the walls. Offset the light grey decorating with darker accents on the furniture to add depth.

    12. Keep grey understated and sophisticated

    grey living room idea with pink furniture

    Image credit: David Giles

    Sometimes understated can have the biggest impact, especially when paired with bold furniture and furnishing choices. The light grey on the walls can help to act like a blank canvas, without being as stark as white.

    ‘Our most popular group of greys is made up of Wevet, Ammonite and Cornforth White – colours that are so relaxed and easy to live with you barely notice that they are there’ explains Joa Studholme at Farrow & Ball.

    ‘They have a gossamer-like appearance so are perfect for those who prefer understated decoration which does not challenge us very much but gives a huge amount of versatility.’

    13. Layer a tonal colour palette

    grey living room with layers

    Image credit: Dominic Blackmore

    How irresistibly cosy does this living room look, thanks to the layers of texture. With a mix of neutrals forming a soothing foundation, grey-toned blues and warming oranges add energy to the scheme.

    At first glance you’d be forgiven for thinking this shade on the walls isn’t grey, but it is that of Farrow & Ball’s No5 Harwick White. This rich and warming shade of grey is the perfect colour to add depth to a living room. While it provides a comforting backdrop for gentle neutral colours and honest materials, it’s equally rich enough to hold its own against darker contrasting colours – such as black ironwork and ebony wood accents.

    14. Create a sanctuary with slate and wood accents

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Simon Whitmore

    Slate grey walls look anything but cold when paired with rustic, natural woody furniture accents. Fill the room with plenty of textures such as a fluffy berber rug and straw basket for storing blankets to complete the relaxed living room scheme.

    15. Cocoon yourself with a warming grey


    Image credit: Dulux

    Colours that whisper rather than shout are a must for rooms designed to promote relaxation. Deep greys like this – Stable Gates by Dulux – gently cocoon and visually don’t distract, so you can focus on a film or good book.

    Stable Grey’s warm make-up also means that it works as well with a terracotta or blush as it does with a pale or stonewashed blue – or indeed, a forest green. That versatility comes in handy if you like to switch up soft furnishings on a regular basis.

    16. Warm up grey walls with bright prints

    Grey living room ideas 1

    Image credit: David Parmiter

    A floor to ceiling pale grey colour palette is the perfect canvas to make a splash with brightly coloured wall display ideas. A floating picture shelf is a great non-permanent solution to displaying wall art. You can easily swap one print for another as your collection grows and changes.

    Putty and blue-coloured patterned cushions and a geometric rug in dark navy add pops of muted colour for a sophisticated, yet cosy living room.

    17. Use warm tones of grey to soften statement patterns

    Image credit: Polly Eltes

    Pale grey walls create the perfect backdrop for statement patterns. The warm undertones of grey absorbs busy patterns, meaning it’s less stark than, say, white walls. This quality allows pattern to sit more comfortably within the overall scheme. Want to see if white works better? Our white living room ideas show you how this shade can be used.

    18. Create calming vibes with natural foliage

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Jo Henderson

    Cool shades of grey can have a calming effect on an interior space. This can be enhanced further with the addition of natural foliage, a hugely popular accessory choice for 2019. The cool tones of the Dulux Grey Steel 2 wall colour in this living room is the perfect backdrop to enhance the lush green of the botanicals incorporated into the scheme.

    If you are thinking of pair grey with greenery, consider some house plant ideas that are easy to live with.

    19. Take the colour from the floor to ceiling

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: David Giles

    Grey tones kick off with Farrow & Ball’s Pavillion Gray Estate on the walls and even the ceiling, to create a box of cocooning colour. Moving down to a large grey corner sofa and light grey carpet. This key colour is also picked up in statement floor rug. We say you can never have too much grey!

    20. Try a panelled wall


    Cricket 2 Seater Sofa in Velvet Slate All Over, £949, Chair, Floor Lamp, £129, Sofology

    In addition to the cocooning deep, blue-toned grey, the fine ribbed panelling creates cosy texture. It’s a great trick for adding features to new builds and boxy rooms that don’t have any architectural interest.

    This contemporary, corrugated wall panelling idea is totally on trend too. Pitch the line of panelling above key pieces of furniture. Ramp up the intimate feeling by painting above the panelling and the ceiling in a dramatic charcoal. 

    21. Update a grey country scheme with paisley print


    Image credit: Dominic Blackmore

    Update the backdrop in a classic country scheme with paisley-print living room wallpaper ideas, pictured here in a smart grey. Choose cushions and upholstery in opulent weaves, soft linens and plush damasks, with Moroccan-style metal tables to add glamour.

    ‘Be extravagant with finishing touches for an opulent look’ advises Ideal Home’s Style Editor, Michela Collling. ‘For example, double up on fabrics so curtains feel fuller.’

    22. Use grey as a base for soft geometrics

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Tim Young

    Team cool grey and geometrics with primrose yellow splashes for a vintage look with a modern twist. Keep the scheme contemporary with grey walls and furniture, then add warmth with hints of yellow in geometric prints and furnishings and character with a cool mix of retro accessories. Wooden cube tables and copper details complement the retro vibe.

    23. Team warm grey with soft ivory for effortless elegance


    Image credit: Perch & Parrow

    Make a living room more inviting with a warm grey wall colour that mixes well with other neutrals. Pile up the sofa with cushions and throws in complementary shades, with a Berber rug as your anchor point.

    ‘If an all-grey scheme feels to flat and monotone, work in an extra layer of colour with an elegant ivory for a subtle lift,’ says Vanessa Richmond, Ideal Home’s Editorial Director. Flashes of mustard, olive green or softer tones of nude or blush work well with any yellow-toned greys.

    24. Curate a grey scheme

    Grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Dominic Blackmore

    Who says grey can’t be cosy, warm and inviting? This scheme debunks that theory. A hugely comfortable armchair is the perfect place to start, and this one certainly delivers.

    Opt for chunky knits, pattern and texture to give a grey living room a welcoming feel. Curate a wall with monochrome prints and photography for a chic. stylish space that you just won’t want to leave.

    25. Bring grey to life with bright colours

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Dominic Blackmore

    Worried grey alone might seem a bit dull? Then choose your accessories carefully. A blue sofa, yellow chair and tomato red lamp really sing out against a mid-grey backdrop. Pull everything together with a rug that features all the different shades that you are using, and voilà – decorating perfection!

    26. Add warmth with vintage pieces

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Olly Gordon

    Here, the grey comes courtesy of carpets, curtains and two squishy sofas. But the owner of this real home has been careful not to make it too cool. Blush cushions, old shutters hung up on the wall and a vintage trunk introduce cosy tones, making this the perfect space to snuggle.

    27. Combine colours

    grey living room ideas

    Take the intimidation out of a grey living room colour scheme by warming up this look with oh-so-fashionable copper accessories. The rose-gold undertones have a lovely way of adding a glow to the scheme, making it warm and inviting.

    If you don’t want to go grey-all-over, consider creating a winning colour combination by teaming grey with pink. This pretty duo packs a stylish punch.

    28. Inject a shot of sunshine yellow

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Simon Whitmore

    If you’ve already dipped your toe into the grey trend with pale walls, you may now be ready to take things a few shades darker. As you can see, it’s a sophisticated way to go, and will instantly make a room feel cosier.

    However, if you’re nervous it will seem too dark, stick to one feature wall – you can always paint the others at a later date. Yellow accessories will also brighten things up, provided you choose a strong enough shade. This deep daffodil shade is ideal.

    29. Give florals a trend twist

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Dominic Blackmore

    There’s something almost regal about this deep grey living room, with pops of colour provides by the curtains, cushions and purple upholstery. Using such a dark backdrop really brings out the brighter tones, and it does something magical to a floral print, making it appear edgy and modern as opposed to mumsy or in any way old-fashioned.

    30. Go global

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Simon Whitmore

    Grey makes a fine backdrop to these energising Ikat patterns and hints of rich orange. Try this look with mid-century furniture, add elegance with smooth, dark woods, or create a Wild-West feel with weathered wood and leather.

    31. Start with a feature wall

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Lizzie Orme

    A feature wall is always a good place jump-off point if you’re nervous of working with a new shade. You could even start by painting a chimney breast. Or you could take it to the next level and commission built-in furniture from a local carpenter, then finish it in a deep grey. Coordinate with carpets and upholstery in a paler shade.

    32. Use grey furniture

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: James Merrell

    This traditional living room creates a striking feature using floor-to-ceiling built-in bookcases. The unit has been painted the same soft shade of grey as the walls, allowing it to blend seamlessly in with the rest of the room. The grey of the sofa and radiator brings the whole look together while splashes of colour have been added using the books themselves and scatter cushions.

    33. Mix grey with warmer neutrals

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Tim Young

    Create a relaxing living room with a tightly controlled palette of toning greys and neutrals. Mid-tone grey walls and flooring provide a warm, inviting backdrop for a neutral sofa and rug and delicately patterned cushions.

    The footstool and lustrous throw introduce a deeper accent grey, while the painted wall is tailor made for a gallery of black-and-white family photographs, mounted in matching white frames. A white lamp and side tables balance the darker grey accents, bringing the scheme together.

    34. Introduce plenty of pattern and texture

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Dominic Blackmore

    Stop all-grey from looking flat by adding texture and pattern. For a winter-proof living room you’ll want to hunker down in, texture is key. Furry cushions and super-soft blankets make this the perfect space to curl up in. Break up those shades of grey with some well-chosen patterned dainty curtains, a statement rug and chunky weaves are all it takes.

    35. Start with a grey sofa

    Grey-living-room-ideas Swyft

    Image credit: Swyft

    While dark blue and green sofas are gaining popularity, if you’re looking for a sofa you won’t tire of, grey is a strong choice. A smart silver grey sofa like this Model 01 sofa from Swyft has simple, unfussy lines that ensure it won’t date in a hurry, while its tone can be easily layered with other shades of grey – such as these dark charcoal walls and blue-grey rug.

    36. Keep it classic

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Nick Smith

    If you fancy a more traditional feel in your living room, don’t overdo the grey. This wonderfully smart scheme uses a mid grey on walls and built-in storage, adds a hint of it in blue/grey occasional chairs, but gives the rest of the scheme up to white, leather and wood.

    An upholstered footstool and rugs are vehicles for warm red pattern. The Chesterfield sofa is a classic touch in keeping with the traditional fireplace and book storage. It is the footstool fabric and mid century-style chairs that update the look.

    37. Play with trends

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Dominic Blackmore

    Try a fusion of styles with this grey living room that contrasts rough industrial with global grandness. The grey-toned neutral colour palette is the starting point, teamed with a mix of geometric and ikat print fabrics.

    Follow this with contrasting furniture styles, from the grand Chesterfield sofa and retro leather armchair to the industrial steel shelving and coffee table.

    38. Experiment with different depths of grey

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Paul Raeside

    Pick a plump sofa for lounging. This charcoal grey number adds elegance and interest to a minimal room. Explore the many depths of a grey colour palette by layering tones to create a scheme that looks cohesive.

    By using the same colour, but in both its palest and deepest incarnations, you can create a rich, contrasting look that is co-ordinated. A glass coffee table and side table add a glamorous note.

    39. Create a grey coastal scheme

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Dominic Blackmore

    Try this take on a traditional coastal scheme but instead of sea blues, the colour palette here is a cool wintry grey. Start with a pale wash of grey over the walls, then bring in pieces of weathered-wood furniture and faded linen upholstery to give the room a lived-in look.

    Accessorise with whitewashed basketware, driftwood, smooth ceramics and opaque glassware to carry on the coastal theme.

    40. Go smart with grey

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Dominic Blackmore

    Smarten up a family living room with a modern grey and monochrome scheme with a graphic linear wallpaper as the focal point. Worried that a modern scheme might look too grey?

    Add pops of a bright accent colour on cushions and accessories. Bring in an informal element with a picture ledge positioned above the sofa – line with family photographs and favourite prints that you can add to and rearrange at leisure.

    41. Pretty up grey with pink

    grey living room ideas

    Image credit: Emma Lee

    Use the gentlest of greys as a springboard for blush pink, plum and buff tones. Mid century-style furniture rubs shoulders here with contemporary pieces in brilliant hi-gloss white.

    The floor-to-ceiling curtain adds a lovely touch of dip-dyed pink, while cushions and floral displays channel rich plum tones. Grey and pink is a winning combination, particularly suited to contemporary schemes, and works just as well as a grey bedroom idea.

    What are the best grey paints for a living room?

    Each shade of grey paint is capable of creating a different look, feel and style of living room and the shade that you choose will be part and parcel of your own personal style. Modern living room schemes tend to call for cooler, darker, dramatic charcoals or near-blacks, while vintage and classic-inspired styles have a natural affinity with warmer blue and green-toned greys.

    How do you add warmth to a grey living room?

    How you add warmth to a grey living room. is by choosing the right shade of paint for walls – depending on the light quality. Getting the right temperature of grey will help to instantly make the shade feel warmer in all lights.

    ‘If you have a south-facing room that you are using during the day then you can afford to choose virtually any grey,’ explains Joa from Farrow & Ball. ‘But you need to be wary in north-facing rooms where grey can appear cold and clinical, so you should opt for a shade with warmer or more beige undertones. Elephants Breath and Skimming Stone always come to the rescue in these circumstances.’

    What colours go with grey in a living room?

    The ideal colour to go with grey in a living room will depend on the depth you’ve chosen. Generally speaking warmer shades of grey will benefit from equally warm accent colour such as rich greens, vibrant yellows and pops of bright pink. Colder tones pair naturally well with paler colours such as blush pink and watery blues.

    Love these grey living room ideas? Will you be incorporating grey into your next living room colour plan?

    Additional words by Michela Colling, Nicky Phillips


    Aesthetic soft grey

    Warm Grays

    Revere Pewter, Benjamin Moore

    "For those on the fence about gray, I sometimes introduce Benjamin Moore's Revere Pewter. It threads the line with greige and has warmer brown undertones. When a darker gray shade is going to feel too dark or somber, I find a gray like this one integrates well with warmer wood furnishings while keeping the room light." - Carolyn Pressly

    Conforth White, Farrow & Ball

    "This pale gray paint has a touch of taupe/lavender that provides a wonderful neutral backdrop to both traditional and modern interiors. I love how the color evolves over the day: cooler earlier in the day and a bit more moody at night." - Grant Gibson

    Cornforth White, Farrow & Ball

    "This is a perfect tone of gray. It catches light beautifully. It's subtle and very chic. It is the perfect complement to any other neutral." - Nicole Fuller

    Ammonite, Farrow & Ball

    "It's the perfect neutral and a great alternative to off-white. I recently painted a wood paneled room this color, and the overall effect was warm and inviting." - CeCe Barfield Thompson

    Modern Gray, Sherwin Williams

    "This is the ideal background color: warm, soft, and plays well with everyone. It's like the consummate party hostess who brings out the best in every guest. It's the perfect backdrop for blues (denim, chambray, navy) in a living room, and makes olive green look fantastic. It can handle fuchsia and orange in a bunk room, but also goes beautifully soft with creams and grays when used in a master bedroom or kitchen." - Allison Bloom

    Elephant's Breath, Farrow & Ball

    "This warm and luxuriant shade is stunning in a room with white woodwork and crystal chandeliers. Pop it with coral or hot pink." - Dana Gibson

    Agreeable Gray, Sherwin Williams

    Lamp Room Gray, Farrow & Ball

    "This shade of gray is pretty because it has a little taupe in it that makes it very chic. It can be beautiful in a living room, dining room, or bedroom." - Alex Papachristidis

    Rodeo, Benjamin Moore

    "It has the right mix of warm and cool undertones to be a true gray. It has just enough brown to achieve that perfect warm gray. It looks beautiful on walls, trim, paneling and cabinetry—use it everywhere!" - Wendy Labrum

    Purbeck Stone, Farrow & Ball

    "A lovely warm neutral that enriches the space, and looks amazing with any wood floor stain. I love this color because of its versatility, and can be used in both formal and casual settings. The color is always pleasing to the eye." - Amanda Sacy

    Pashmina, Benjamin Moore

    "It's a rich, warm gray that creates an inviting, intimate space. It's also a perfect exterior color paired with a dark charcoal trim." - Karen Vidal

    Revere Pewter, Benjamin Moore

    "I keep coming back to this paint color again and again. It's warm enough to use in a space with little sunlight, but not too warm to be considered "greige." It looks soft and rich without overtaking the room." - Amanda Reynal

    Charleston Gray, Farrow & Ball

    "Hands down my favorite gray paint is Charleston Gray by Farrow & Ball. It’s a deep, sumptuous shade of gray that wraps you like a velvety fog. I use it when I’m trying to create intimacy in an oversized space, or warmth in small room with little natural light." - Patrick Ediger

    Dark Grays

    Artist Grey, Ralph Lauren

    "This color is true to Ralph Lauren. It is a chameleon color in the sense that it works with many different tones of gray and blue." - Robin Strickler

    Cheating Heart, Benjamin Moore

    "The biggest fear to overcome when using a dark color is that it will make your room feel smaller. Not true! A dark color makes the walls seem to disappear and adds incredible drama to a room. This charcoal has just the right amount of brown in it to add warmth. It's as gorgeous on walls as it is on millwork and trim. I've even used it on the bottom of a claw foot tub." - Jen Going

    Iron Mountain, Benjamin Moore

    "I look for dimension within paint colors, something that shifts a little from day to night. I love the subtle depth and warm brown underpinning of this shade. This deep, dark gray is beautiful in a matte wall finish, stunning in satin for millwork, or easily pulls off sexy in a gorgeous gloss for furniture and cabinetry." - Drew McGukin

    Down Pipe, Farrow & Ball

    "It's such a beautiful shade that works with a mixture of tones and finishes. The color has a deep richness that doesn't fall flat and can give a space a great punch, especially when paired with light colors for high contrast." - Shannon Wollack & Brittany Zwickl of Studio Life.Style

    City Shadow, Benjamin Moore

    Pantone Charcoal Gray, Valspar Paint

    "A perfect backdrop for art collectors and enthusiasts. This grey sets a bold tone and pairs beautifully in a monochromatic setting or one with a stark contrast. I'm a firm believer in giving a big impression in a subtle way and this gray never falls flat." - Becky Shea

    Mole’s Breath, Farrow & Ball

    "This rich, warm gray is the perfect neutral when you want to create depth in a space. It works equally well in small spaces to cozy them up, as well as large rooms to make them feel inviting. I also love it as a trim color to add sophisticated glamour to your millwork and moldings. A kiss from a Mole never seemed sweeter!" - Donna Mondi

    Plumbago Gray, Fired Earth

    "This rich shade has warm blue undertones, which makes one feel right at home. It’s sophisticated tone makes any space feel chic." - Birgit Klein

    Guggenheim Color G042, Fine Paints Of Europe

    "As an avid art collector, this gray in their Eurolux Interior Matte, is the perfect backdrop for any collection. The matte finish absorbs natural and artificial light allowing the space to come alive with undertones that appear to make the walls gradually change throughout the day. Very alluring!" - Patrick Planeta of Planeta Design Group

    Chelsea Gray, Benjamin Moore

    "I use this shade over and over again on cabinets and vanities because it is the perfect medium-dark gray. It has warmth, but never looks brown, and has enough pigment to make a statement without shouting. Such a classic!" - Erin Gates

    Chelsea Gray, Benjamin Moore

    “I love this shade of grey when I want to create a dark, moody aesthetic. It’s the perfect way to add drama to a room—such as in the luxurious lounge of our recent design project at 10 Greene Street. The deep, cool grey tone is sexy, seductive and just perfect for this stunning Soho loft.”- Cheryl Eisen

    Pale Grays

    Silver Blade, Fine Paints of Europe

    "To me, Silver Blade by Fine Paints of Europe is a rich, elegant and classic gray that elevates any room. It contrasts beautifully with light and dark colors as well as all textures. Always welcoming you in." - Raquel Garcia

    Passive, Sherwin Williams

    “This is a light airy gray that enhances architecture with subtle shadows, but doesn’t become too heavy or drab…A happy gray! I love it for bathrooms, kitchens or bedrooms.” – Jeff Andrews

    Silver Chain #BM1472, Benjamin Moore

    "It is soft and works well in both traditional and modern rooms. I recently used it on the cabinetry of a townhouse kitchen with countertops in super white quartzite." – Mark Cunningham

    Cloud, Dunn-Edwards Paint

    "It feels soft and airy, but is still saturated enough to make an impact and elevate a space. It's incredibly versatile, working in anything from traditional to modern spaces, and pretty much everything in between. I love it paired with white for a crisp, clean contrast, and with dark charcoal for more dramatic feel." - Jessica McClendon

    Graytint, Benjamin Moore

    "This is the perfect whisper of gray to add to a room where you want a crisp, tailored look but something more than white or ivory. It provides a lovely soft highlight to decorative trim in traditional settings, and is cool enough to provide a modern edge to more contemporary interiors." - Emilie Munroe

    Winter's Gate, Pratt & Lambert

    "This color has the ideal hint of color for homeowners that may be too shy to jump out of their beige comfort zone. It's light enough to read as a neutral and is a beautiful balance for bright white trim. It's ultra-versatile on ceilings, as it complements both light and dark wall colors." - James Wheeler

    Green Grays

    Stonington Gray, Benjamin Moore

    "I've found that this hue looks pure and fresh at any time of day or in any type of space. It's not too dark, not too light…it's just right." - Caitlin Murray

    Stonington Gray, Benjamin Moore

    "Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray HC-170 is my tried-and-true favorite gray. Subtle enough in tone, with just enough depth of color to add personality to any interior. It works perfectly as an “up and over” color, encasing a room in a solid hue. And it's sophisticated and modern—all the while being classic and cool." - Nathan Thomas

    Graystone, Benjamin Moore

    “I love the way this gray dresses up a room! You’ll find me rolling this handsome hue from the walls up through the ceiling for a seamless, sophisticated look that never goes out of style.” - Marie Flanigan

    Horizon Gray, Benjamin Moore

    "I like that it is light and airy. It is a whisper of barely there color. This gray doesn't go green, blue or lavender. It is a perfect neutral backdrop!" - Summer Thornton

    Sleigh Bells, Benjamin Moore

    "This color is warm without being muddy, and it has just the perfect amount of pigment–dark enough to be sophisticated and crisp, light enough to be bright and airy." - Orlando Soria for Homepolish

    Gray Owl, Benjamin Moore

    "This gray is super classic and sophisticated, but not boring AT ALL. It's a very, very warm gray–meaning that it's still a cool tone, but has more yellow in it than blue." - Emily Henderson

    Gray Owl, Benjamin Moore

    "This fabulous gray reminds me of French porcelain—cool with a slight hint of green. Great for morning light! Try it in a white kitchen to lacquer barstools and pop them with shades of buttercup." - Christine Markatos Lowe

    Moonshine, Benjamin Moore

    "I like Benjamin Moore Moonshine because it’s a pure-toned gray, not too yellow, not too blue. It can go from moonlight shimmering over water to stormy seas and it goes with literally EVERYTHING. I can’t think of one other color it wouldn’t complement, coordinate with or support." - Danielle Rollins

    Gray Cashmere, Benjamin Moore

    “For me, this is a no-fail selection. I’ve used it in bathrooms, kitchens, garden rooms, and bedrooms—all with beautiful results. It has the perfect amount of blue saturation to pair with bronze, green, periwinkle, or even spice. I prefer it EXTRA glossy on paneling!” - Meredith Ellis

    Whisper, Benjamin Moore

    "It's a super soft and subtle shade of gray that feels fresh, light and airy. It reflects light beautifully to really open up a space, and serves as the perfect neutral backdrop." - Nicole Gibbons

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