Gray has a lot to offer when it comes to interior design because it works well with other neutral colors. It is possible to cool a room or warm it up with gray depending on the other colors in the room. For example, try a dark gray wall paint to balance vibrant colors within a room. Note that if you’re a fan of dark walls, deep gray is a good alternative to black. Another benefit of gray is that it doesn’t compete with artwork on the wall, but instead serves to draw attention to it. All told, there are many ways to work gray into your room design.
- Gray is a classic choice when it comes to deciding what colors to use for the interior.
- Gray is an earth tone which is neutral and has a calming effect on the senses, it also brings depth to any space.
- One can take a cue from Kevin O’Gara and also add some blue hues into a room.
“You can mix a little gray into your palette, like the dark gray upholstered sofa and pale gray wall we spotted in Kristen Basilo’s Chicago home, to warm up (but not overwhelm) the other neutrals in the room.”