Smoky Mountain Gray: The Perfect Mix of Color
A combination of blue, green and gray, this cool hue is a show-stopper. Flip through 10 of our favorite design ideas.
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Smoky Mountain Gray Color Palette
This unique shade of gray, which can appear slightly more blue or green depending on the available light, looks its best next to white accents.
This modern gray living room is softened by a wood floor lamp that adds vertical height and draws the eye up.
So much attention is paid to kitchen countertops (and for good reason) but don’t forget about the paneling underneath.
Gray + Gold
The gray and gold color scheme in this open-concept living room creates a lot of visual appeal–and the painted brick is a nice touch as well.
Think outside the white subway tile when it comes to your master bathroom.
Lay the foundation of your living with gray and then fill the space with bright accents. Patterned throw pillows mesh the colors together.
Keep It Classy
Add a touch of class to your office with gray built-in shelving and a natural wood desk.
Savvy + Simple
White furniture and a leopard print rug add the perfect about of contrast to this gray office.
Upgrade your kitchen with gray bar seats that you can paint yourself.
Natural light fills this Atlanta solarium and highlights the various shades of gray, cream and tan.