6 Ways With Gray Interiors
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Nurturing Living Room
In nature, gray is associated with stone and green with stems from plants. Combine the two hues in a gathering space to evoke a feeling of strength and growth. Make a room look contemporary by combining gunmetal gray and light green. Designed by Gail Drury
A Smart Combination
Gray makes other colors sing. While orange reflects innovation, gray is associated with knowledge. When mixed with warm shades of red-orange tangerine, gray adds a layer of sophisticated energy to the room. Designed by Ana Donohue
Restful Master Bath
Gray and white is a classic color combination that provides a clean, crisp look for kitchens and bathrooms. Chinchilla-gray walls mixed with white molding create a relaxing mood in this master bath.
Romantic Powder Room
Design a romantic space with a pop of blush. This powder room showcases a dove- and charcoal-gray wallpaper with a funky, geometric design. For a vintage feel, use any lively colored vanity to stand out against a gray wall. Designed by Brian Patrick Flynn
Fun Eating Area
Gray acts as a neutral hue in many designs, which is why you can pair it with almost any color. A midcentury modern space featuring a dark gray comes to life when mixed with warm wooden textures and vibrant accents of red and orange. Designed by Brian Patrick Flynn
This kitchen, designed by Rob Stewart, features a navy blue, art deco range against a light gray glass backsplash. Black cabinetry ties this cool combination together cohesively.