Repose Gray: 3 Proven Tips To Know
Repose Gray by Sherwin Williams is one of the most popular searched paints on the internet but did you know that it's a chameleon when it comes to color?
I'm going to give you 3 Proven Tips To Know that will save you time and hopefully, fingers crossed, save you from making a costly mistake.
- I'm going to walk you through the undertones of Repose Gray, give you some quick examples of how to pair the undertone of Repose Gray to your home decor and why it's so important.
- I'm going to show you how Repose Gray reacts with natural lighting and what to expect so you don't have any surprises.
- Next, I will give you three color palette ideas and why they work.
Why Repose Gray is a Chameleon and What You Should Know
Repose Gray by Sherwin Williams is all over Pinterest and it seems like it's popularity will never wane, even in 2019, I still get clients asking about Repose Gray. The gray trend is still here but the shift to white, greige, blacks and fresh colors are the go-to colors today.
What a lot of people don't realize is that Repose Gray has two undertones that react when it comes to lighting, so don't be surprised if your wall color changes throughout the day.
The two undertones in Repose Gray are blue and violet, each undertone will either make your wall color look lighter or darker. In this video, I will talk about what you should know about Repose Gray before rushing to a decision that it's the color you want for your home.
Yes, Repose Gray is definitely a chameleon, in a good way, works well with a lot of colors and most importantly you have the knowledge to make a better decision of this paint color will work in your home.
There is something else I want you to know, it doesn't matter what color of gray you may like, it will never make your home beautiful by itself because you need lot's of other colors to make your home shine.
What do I mean by color? Gray in general needs color to bring it to life, to make your home look and feel vibrant. It starts with your accents, artwork, rugs, flowers, vases, and furniture to name a few. I will throw you a tip that I use when I'm interior decorating a client's home, find a common accent color, let's say it's a teal blue pillowcase then repeat the color in the room and if you can find books with complimentary colors use them to add texture to your room!
Are you looking for a gray that has a green undertone, then perhaps you might want to check out my blog about Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter.
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