Living Room Color Schemes With Grey
Blue is an electric color that brings a room to life. By pairing it with a darker gray, you get a balanced room that isn't overpowered by blue. You can bring the masculinity of gray and blue down a notch by adding tan and green into the color scheme, making this a vibrant palette for your living room. Source: Amanda Katherine Back To Top
Living Room Color Scheme: Inviting Modern Bluebird + Gunmetal + Snowy White Cool gray walls paired with plenty of blue captures a modern tone in this living room, which is enhanced by contemporary furniture and accessories.
If you want a living room that's worthy of showing up in a home décor magazine, you need to start with a good color scheme. It's not all about the color you choose for the wall. You want a look that's well-balanced throughout the space, paying careful attention to how colors in the furniture, floors, walls, and artwork all complement each other.
The amount of light your living room gets impacts color. A room flooded with sunlight can handle more saturated color, but pale shades tend to get washed out. For help in picking the most comfortable color, take your room's temperature. Cool color counters strong sunlight, but north-facing rooms get cozier wrapped in a warm color.
As for the different color combinations that include gray, purple is always a good choice. Red, blue, brown or yellow are also nice options to take into consideration. And since gray is nothing but black and white combined, you can also use it with the classical black and white and maybe with some subtle touches of red.
Grey can work with warmer colouring. This autumnal living room creates heat with an olive green feature wall and terracotta cushioning, as grey softens the scene with an L-seater couch, woolen rug and TV panel. The retro colors and mid century modern coffee table capture the charm of a bygone era.