6 Ways With Gray Interiors

Pair gray with other colors to create a sophisticated vibe in your home.

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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

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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

Dramatic Kitchen

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.