If you have not noticed, I LOVE grey! I remember being 14 years old, and my friends thinking my room looked like a jail cell because it was grey. I love the neutrality of grey and how it can go with almost anything. As a decorator, I have noticed there are certain shades of grey that don’t feel “homey” to me. Greys can have so many different undertones. I try to steer clear of blue because I don’t want my home to feel too stale. A good example of what I am talking about is here:
This color would look great with black and silver furniture, but for my warm browns and whites, I needed something with a little more khaki tones. Who wants beige walls though? I found my compromise in “griege”. I will say there are many shades of griege as well. I like a little more purple in mine. The problem is what color of Sherwin Williams gray am I going to paint out whole open space living room with? To give you an idea of space I am talking about, here is the living room.
Pretty big space we are working with and a lot of natural light. I looked through every color from Sherwin Williams for my clients homes and found one quickly, but when working on my own, I realized I am very indecisive.% | % | % | % | % | % | % | % | % | % | %