There are reasons why people choose to go with a grey
living room, thanks to its fantastic versatility. With its ability to exude warmth, a grey-colored place can also channel edgy modern ambiance without making it too “energetic.” Do you want to learn more about this? Check out some of our gorgeous ideas below! Take Grey from Walls to Floors
Go full-on grey with the all-grey
living room look on your walls and floors: two of the most significant parts that make up an overall room. Finish the look with a light carpet or large corner sofa in your (other) favorite color, but feel free to go again with grey. There’s no crime with having too much grey, anyway.
Paint the walls of dark gray and color your floor in a dark slate like this thick interior. Then, install a lighter, creamy long sofa, a modern coffee table and a variety of colorful and patterned pillow cushions.
Be simple but functional with a gray living room. This slick, concrete and glass feature wall is peppered with artful stairs, black leather-facing chairs, hanging lamps, and wooden coffee tables.
The living room has a dark gray accent wall located behind a marble fireplace. Neutral sofas with cushion pillows are positioned facing each other, while a dark gray coffee table is located in the middle of the room.
The large concrete dividing wall open along with the sofa and gray chair gives the living room an overall gray color scheme. It was balanced with a very harmonious gray floor.
With stunning gray walls, this living room style shows that there are several ways to display gray tones in your living room besides having a gray decoration. A soft dark gray sofa in the middle takes the living room to a whole new level.
Incorporate Natural Foliage
Take it away with another versatile element: natural foliage! Decorating with greenery in basically any room enhances the existing calming effect from the grey look—making it one of the most popular accessory choices, thanks to the complimentary lush green ambiance.
The dark gray color scheme creates a modern and bold appearance in this classy and elegant living room, while white fireplaces, cabinets, and home plants soothe the atmosphere and bring a feeling of life and freshness in the living room.
Bring the outside in. This concrete living room uses large wall panels and gray tile floors to make noise between the rows of house plants. Then, put a simple wooden round table with gray sofas and potted plants in this living room view.
Use gray to accentuate the taste of your living room. These house plants stand tall, because of their gray chairs, vinyl wood floors, walls, and cabinets, creating coolness with a contemporary touch.
The clever use of softness pieces to complement the gray sofa and the splash of gray on the walls and home plants makes this living room truly dreamy, fresh, and amazing.
Make your gray living room looks luxurious with luxurious ceiling lights. luxury furniture, and expensive indoor plants. All of them are sitting with gray walls, gray sofas, wall galleries, and carpets.
image source Soften Statement Patterns
Use warmer or paler tones of grey to “soften” any
living room statement pattern you have. Those colors can build the ideal backdrop that absorbs seemingly crowded patterns, which is why it’s a relief for someone who just loves patterns too much.
Make your small living room looks bigger with a light gray color scheme. This design will not only make your space spacious but also comfortable.
A gray-tiled living room and neat furniture attract instant attention. Beautiful hues and fabrics invite visitors to stay overnight and feel right at home.
Bring warmth added to the light gray living room with comfortable wall art and carpeting. This gray color has a softer edge that prevents it from feeling cold and when combined with soft and warm furniture gives the room a really friendly atmosphere.
The style of this living room is a testament to the fact that gray can easily work well with several other colors such as yellow, brown, white, and green.
The gray living room has many styles. This light gray wall simulates with a fireplace in the middle adding a touch of more character and warmth.
image source Slate and Wood Accents
Thanks to the power of classic slate and wooden accents, filling the living room with many considerable textures like a straw basket or Berber rug can enrich your already relaxed room scheme. You can’t just hate wood accents in a
living room, that is.
Let the texture be your focal point. Displaying abstract artwork on the walls, rough wooden floors, ottoman seating, and soft rugs save more than a little touch of comfort in a spacious living room.
A few ottoman chairs and a masculine black chandelier, a tall stone fireplace, and painted gray walls are enough to make the living room feels warm and welcoming.
Turn your living room into a place where you can welcome your guests. This very sophisticated gray parlor shows how you can get it right.
Needless to say, the dark gray sofa is in the spotlight as an extraordinary choice for adding a tinge of color to a quiet living room. In addition, the solid white wood table with comfortable lounge chairs makes the room taller.
An elegant living room that displays soft colors including dark gray and white colors creates a modern atmosphere. Then, the polished wooden tiles with a soft king seat and comfortable gray sofa will complete the space.
image source Go for Bright Prints
Warming up your grey walls can also be done with the help of colorful prints in the
living room. You name it: wall arts, patterned cushions, and a geometric rug—all indeed make impressive results.
Gray allows your living room to accommodate more patterns and textures. Peppered with wooden walls, patterned rugs, multifunctional coffee tables, and soft blue velvet pillows will be such a good match.
Gray is a great choice for a modern living room. This decoration uses a chandelier to light up the dark gray sofa, floor, and back with matching wall hangings and a sprinkling of pillow cushions and motifs to add patterns to form.
Quiet light gray sofa and pillows are the main concern in this living room. To complete the sofa, there are tiles and wooden furniture along with beautiful wall hangings.
The idea of a refined and very modern living room can come alive when you design it accordingly and precisely. Yellow chair with black table and gray L sofa are aligned with gray walls.
Gray is a color that can be used as a canvas on your wall. This gives you the opportunity to play with pillows and furniture cushions. This really allows it to stand out and be the focal point of your living room.
Stressing over having a decent
living room is so yesterday. Go nuts with our ideas above!