Decorating with gray can can be warm or cool, dark and dramatic or bright and beautiful. I am very into gray, but only if the trim is right. If you don't want to paint your living room white, but want to keep the space nice and bright, pale gray is a great alternative. It can be a flat, boring color so choose your tone with care.
Neutral sofa fabric includes beige, gray, taupe, and cream. A matte beige sofa fabric can appear dull around other colors, but a textured beige fabric with flecks of monochromatic color can create interest without adding new colors. Gray sofas can range from pale to charcoal colors. Considered a style chameleon, gray can be sophisticated, comfortable, cool or crisp.
While there are no limits on color, cream, rust, deep red, blue-gray and natural shades often go well with brown.
Sounds perfect, doesn't it? Although originally made for nomadic tents, they easily match contemporary abodes. Putting a grey sofa together with such a minimalistic rug opens up countless possibilities in further accessorizing. Here you can experiment with ethnic patterns and intriguing textures.
Middle Ground. Traditional pieces, such as the pillared side table and scalloped accent chair here, feel right at home alongside the modern coffee table and sleek sofa in this living room, thanks to a unifying neutral color scheme. Shades of gray are peppered throughout, giving cohesion to a multitude of shapes and styles.
Large living room with a cozy couch, pendant lighting and a large rug. This living room features a hardwood flooring topped by a rug. The sofa set looks classy. Modish living room with brown couch set on the rug on top of the hardwood flooring. There's a fireplace as well.