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The Hot New Neutral Has Home Owners Feeling a Little Gray

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  1. Doug Payson

    Although gray painted, wide pine floors add a traditional touch in antique homes, whites and off-whites speak to the relaxed seaside lifestyle found in my marketplace on Cape Cod.

  2. Beautiful, livable and subtle colors are once again in vogue! Loved this article and can’t wait to try out these shades at home!

  3. Gray is the perfect color to tone down kitchen cabinets for floors that have an orange undertone.

  4. I used gray as a transition color on the wall in my master bathroom between my dark grey floor tiles, dark brown cabintets and the white ceiling. I tried out 3 different greys(didn’t know before that there were more then one grey available!) and found the right one.Look here http://www.roomzaar.com/rate-my-space/Bathrooms/5000-dated-80s-bath-transformation/detail.esi?oid=8484577

  5. Coral came to me to try in the guest bath & love the tip on gray as the “new Hot color” for this year! Going to try both here in Northeast Ohio!

  6. Even though the grays seem inviting, I still prefer the different shades of green. You can easily blend in more colors. Green makes the house feel like it has life; and not so artificial. I guess I am partial to tradition.

  7. Holly Schwartz

    I personally have slate floors in my kitchen and the grays are a complementary color. Some people like warmer kitchens so gray may not be appealing to them but it’s definitely an option to consider. Thanks for posting!

  8. Cherry Peebles

    I did greys in the early 90′s when they were popular back then. I’m surprised its back so soon. Been there, done that. Yawn.

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