While certain colors come in and out of fashion (looking at you, millennial pink), gray will always be in vogue. Here, we’ve rounded up eight fresh ways to use this wonderfully versatile hue.
Frette — Simple Warm Quilt
This humbly named quilt from Frette is actually quite luxurious, made from a blend of cashmere and silk. The dark slate gray pairs splendidly with the rectangular quilting pattern, creating an elegant motif.
The Container Store — Laren Walk-in Closet
The Container Store walk-in closet comes in a range of finishes, but the soft and cool Glacier Grey brings a sophisticated flair to a traditionally unglamorous area of the home.
Brett Design — Arcs
At once painterly and geometric, this wallpaper from Brett Design features a light gray hue softened even more by the presence of brushstrokes. It’s a versatile pattern that could work just as well in a playful kid’s room or a statement-making powder room.
Emser Tile — Sterlina
Combining the mottled look of marble with the sleekness of concrete, this glazed porcelain tile from Emser brings an urban feel to any bathroom or kitchen.
The Vale London — Dahling Wallpaper
Featuring beautifully intricate dahlias and peonies, this print from British textile brand The Vale London is a modern take on heritage botanical wallpapers and was inspired by old illustrations of blooms at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams — Margeaux Leather Side Chair
Inspired by midcentury Italian design, this demure side chair by MGBW sits on casters and offers easy movement ideal for either the office or dining room.
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