50 Shades of Gray Interiors

Greige — a mix of of beige and gray — is still the hottest neutral, but a darker, slate gray is making its way into interiors and exteriors. Browse pictures of our 50 favorite rooms rocking the hue.
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White ceramic tiles with a contrasting black grout set the tone for this modern black and white kitchen. A peninsula helps create space in the small kitchen, and bright yellow stools add a super fun pop of color.

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Design by Linda Woodrum

A glam triple pendant illuminates one corner of this transitional California bedroom, while a mirrored wall reflects a view of the Hollywood hills. The silky sheen of the button-tufted headboard adds chic sophistication to the space.

The stone fireplace surround juts out beyond the wall, making an architectural statement in the living room.

Meticulously crafted cabinets, thick slabs of marble, reflective glass and stainless-steel surfaces and create a workspace that functions well for serious cooks — or cocktails only. Smart storage like the floor-to-ceiling cabinets keeps it clutter-free.

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A coral-printed pillow ties in with the coral upholstery on a soft, hooded reading chair in this transitional California dining room. Damask wallpaper, gilded mirrors and exotic accessories give this glam space its Hollywood Regency appeal.

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This living room's subtle details pull the relaxed yet chic look of the space together. Keeping with the monochromatic color scheme, the curtains, artwork and floral arrangement add elegance to the room without overwhelming it.

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Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines created a new laundry room and mudroom for homeowners, complete with plenty of storage cabinets, shelving and coat hooks. Brick floors were installed for a durable yet attractive look.

This Colonial home was built it the early 1940s, so the rooms -- including this living room -- are small. By flooding the space with light and selecting small scale furniture with big details, the space achieves a grand yet uncluttered feel in limited quarters.

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Design by Tobi Fairley

Gray and white patterned wallpaper pairs with a patchwork cowhide rug to create a dynamic backdrop for this Upper West Side dining room. A steel drum chandelier with a nickel finish counterbalances the more casual leather klismos chairs.

Streamlined cabinetry and a sleek island ground this open kitchen with modern taste. In contrast, a framed beach print and shiplap ceiling are a nod to the cottage's coastal roots.

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Tri-color custom draperies create a seamless flow with the gray walls of this transitional bedroom and frame a sweeping view of the Hollywood hills through French doors. A faux fur throw at the foot of the bed adds interest through texture, and a turquoise chair pops against the overall neutral palette.

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Design by Vanessa DeLeon

Design by Vanessa DeLeon

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Gorgeous traditional columns separate this living space and the family room in this gorgeous modern loft.

StudioHue chose to apply a neutral background color--gray--to this little girl's nursery so that the room could be easily changed as she grows. The designers added highlight colors, shapes and fabrics to add interest, such as the white scalloped mobile over an oval crib, geometric shapes painted on the wall and a soft fur area rug atop the carpet.

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