When I was a young girl I thought gray was a boring color. It wasn’t fun and happy like pink or yellow. But now as an adult, I appreciate the drama and comfort of this sometimes moody hue. Today I’m sharing ideas for decorating with French Gray, which is actually a greenish gray.
This Old World living room with a tufted couch wears French Gray paint on the walls by Farrow & Ball. It’s the perfect color for creating a bit of elegance, without feeling heavy.
The cabinets in this farmhouse-style kitchen also wear French Gray by Farrow & Ball. The color creates a soft and cozy feel.
Brighten an entryway with a light French gray paint. The color lightens the space while maintaining an air of sophistication.
Need a little more drama? Consider a darker shade like Classic French Gray by Sherwin Williams. Pair it with trim painted white for a bit more modern vibe.
A beautifully elegant room wears three shades of French Gray, from the ceiling to the trim to the walls. It oozes class and style.
More and more you’re seeing gray in the kitchen. This beautiful painted pantry makes decorating with French gray fun and creative. My daughter is getting ready to paint her kitchen gray and I’m hoping to share the before and after on my blog when she’s done.
Yellow always looks delicious with gray and used in this cottage-style kitchen, the pairing is cheerful and charming.
And finally, walls in a darker shade of French Gray set off a stunning entryway staircase.
Do you enjoy decorating with French Gray? What are some of your favorite neutral colors?