4 Gray Paint Colors Interior Designers Love
Gray is the on trend shade of the past few years, grays paint colors create elegant, sophisticated yet calming neutral interiors.
1: Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray
"It's faint enough to be a neutral, but saturated enough to make a difference." - J. Randall Powers
Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray
The wall color is Sherwin-Williams SW7029 Agreeable Gray and the tray ceiling is a shade darker, SW7030 Anew Gray. Via Creative Group Interiors
2: Farrow & Ball Ammonite
"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
Farrow & Ball Ammonite
Farrow & Ball Ammonite painted walls in this staircase.
3. Benjamin Moore Cheating Heart
"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
Benjamin Moore Cheating Heart
Benjamin Moore's Cheating Heart 1617 painted kitchen cabinets in a Satin finish. Via CWB Architects
4. Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray
"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
Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray
Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray painted dining room walls.