Today I’m going to share with you how to use Benjamin Moore Classic Gray in your living room. As your room décor color expert I’m going to show you what the undertones are in this paint color, I’m going to give you valuable tips when it comes to pairing this color with interior décor and fixed elements you may have in your home.
Classic Gray has been around a long time, the gray trend is still alive, but the shift to white, greige, beige, black, and dark colors will be the trend of the future. However, you can’t go wrong with this beautiful paint color, it’s an excellent neutral color, but at the end of the day, it is gray.
I’m going to break down this paint color and show you how it can work in your living room assuming you have the right undertones to pull it off.
First, let’s take a closer look at Classic Gray and talk about the color. Find out in the video down below.
After watching the video, you should have a better idea if Classic Gray can or can't go with the interior decor and fixed elements that you have in your living room. The next step if you think it can work in your living room is to purchase a sample paint from Benjamin Moore, make a cheap sample board and then compare it with your fabrics, furniture, and fixed elements.
There are some other gray colors that I've talked about on this blog that you might want to check out, such as Stonington Gray by Benjamin Moore, Edgecombe Gray by Benjamin Moore, and Gray Owl by Benjamin Moore to name a few.
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