Maybe you might think that gray is a boring color, but in this post of rooms with gray walls, we demonstrate that it is the opposite. Even light gray can be used as a neutral, although, of course, it comes in a wide range of beautiful shades, in both cold and warm tones. Even if you’re not a fan of neutral colors in rooms, light gray walls will provide the perfect setting for colorful and lively decor. Still not convinced? Embark on these room ideas with light gray walls.
The house owner has decided to paint her living room with a fresh light gray color that combines perfectly with white and wood, as well as with watery greens and dark blue.
Light gray may not seem like the ideal color for a child’s bathroom, but this greenish-gray looks really charming. The hue allows the colored tiles on the walls and floors to stand out.
In this space where the windows predominate, the walls painted in an elegant and fresh shade of gray bring the main living room to life and allow different colors to be added to the space without being overloaded.
Add depth to a narrow room by painting all four walls in a shade of pale gray. Color makes the room feel modern instantly. Keep the ceiling bright white to make the small space feel much larger.
When it comes to freshening up your fireplace bricks, we immediately think white, but you can also do it in darker gray to match and stand out in turn with light gray walls. Please note that the fireplace paint must be fire and heat resistant.
Walls and cabinets in a light gray shade create a small gap between the kitchen and living room in this open concept condo.
The rooms with light gray walls look lovely, right? If I still haven’t convinced you, see how good it looks in this contemporary bedroom. The soft color of the paint has a bluish touch that shines when the sun is shining on it.
In this light and airy home, the walls have been painted in a light gray color, focusing on brown and brown furniture. What I like most about this gray because it combines very well with the warm tones of the wood. Paint the door and ceiling white to add a little architectural interest to space.
From the walls to the cabinets, gray is the color that predominates in this traditional kitchen. The combination of different shades of gray adds depth to space. The walls and floor are in a lighter shade of gray, making space appear larger.
The gray-green walls transform a basement room into a cozy space. The paint color unifies all the colors in the bedroom.
Which of these rooms with gray walls did you like the most?