These days it seems like every single customer has one question: “which gray color is everyone painting with?” Of course there isn’t one specific answer… depending on shade and undertone there are a few gray’s that really seem to be making the rounds!
Gray’s typically have a few undertones… the most common are blue, green, brown or black. Of course black undertones leave a true gray that doesn’t lean one way or the other. If you’re looking for gray that truly looks… gray try Light French Gray or Classic French Gray!
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While all 13 of these gray colors are swoon worthy Light French Gray might be my favorite… it’s absolutely gorgeous in person!
Of course there are so many gray’s that picking only a few can be the hardest thing you’ll ever do… and picking just one?
You might have to go through a few colors to find that perfect shade! That’s why samples are so important… you never know how each shade will look until you put it in your space. The gray you loved at the store might be too dark or too brown with the lighting in your room.
Take home a sample and you’ll be that much closer to finding your perfect gray!
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What gray would you suggest for my kitchen with golden oak cabinets? Im at a loss. I’ve tried many samples and nothing seems to look good.
Happily Ever After, Etc. says
I would try agreeable gray, it has a beige base so it should read fairly neutral. Try a taupe sample (poised taupe maybe?) as well as they usually have a nice golden base… good luck!