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  1. Good catch Bill, The wall color is Sherwin Williams backdrop that looks brown in the sample. The more light in a room then the color looks more grey like in this photo.

  2. On picture number 4, do you have the shade of gray on the walls? Mountain Ash is the stain of the wood.

  3. I saw a color called Mink Gray online yesterday and liked it a lot.

  4. Beautiful color. I told my husband we needed to do gray in our new house and he insisted on toasted coconut . . . next time I am not going to back down so easily.

  5. We are prepping the room today and if it turns out nice, I will for sure post it.

  6. Gray is a tricky color but i LOVE IT, and with the wood tones you’ve shown above it’s a knock-out. Hope you post your own project photo’s!

  7. Perfect analogy Anj that the gray tones down the orange in the wood.

  8. Can’t wait to see the dinning room hope you will be sharing it in the future. I love how these greys tone down the orange in the woods.

  9. I am a fan of the gray greens, they look great with the natural wood finishes. I used the Kilim beige in the living room and dining room and used the gray greens in the family room. The Palladian blue is very attractive. I would be tempted to paint the woodwork white if I used anything in the blue family.

  10. I am surprised how well some of the grays go with wood trim. I tend to paint general areas a light taupe, then add color to some of the rooms. Our dining room is a soft green. I like blues with wood trim, depending on the undertones.

  11. Until recently, I was not a fan of gray, but so many people are going with gray and I like the look in both contemporary and country decor.

    Thanks for the tip about the Sherwin Williams Chip It Tool

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