Bring a cool and casual vibe to your home with a mix of blue-gray, pine green and navy. While navy and blue-gray can often be considered summery, you can put a wintry spin on the pair with shades of evergreen that can withstand the colder months.
Put a masculine and feminine spin on your spring color schemes by pairing muted pinks with muted blue-gray. Even though there's no overly saturated color in the mix, the warm and cool hues will strike a nice contrast.
The gold-framed mirror and fiddle leaf fig tree give this bathroom a homey vibe. Blue-gray vanity cabinetry looks elegant and classic against a marble countertop and brushed nickel faucets. Striped accents on the basket planter and frosted glass sconce shade add playfulness to the space.
While windows fill this dining room with natural light, blue-gray paint on the walls helps create depth. A fireplace flanked by two armchairs makes the room feel cozy and inviting, and a neutral-hued rug centers the space.
Garden level entry with blue/gray tiles in the vestibule, leading guests too the oak hard wood floors in the basement entrance. The unique shape of the tile adds an interesting feature to this entryway.
Soft blue-gray walls set the tone for a cool, collected atmosphere in this sophisticated bedroom. Clean-lined furniture gives the space contemporary flair, and a floral bolster pillow adds a punch of bolder color to the room.
This modern bedroom features soft, blue-gray walls, a dark brown pintucked headboard and wall lamps on either side of the bed. A mirrored five-drawer nightstand sits to the left of the bed, while a brown and white plaid sofa to the right provides the perfect spot for relaxing.
For a play on warm and cool tones, the cabinets were covered with a rich red paint that contrasts with the cool shade of blue-grey on the surrounding walls. When pairing reds, whites and blues, choose unexpected tones to prevent a thematic look.
Mosaic tile floors add punch to this traditional bathroom, which has an overall clean, updated aesthetic. The dual vanity is footed, giving it the appearance of a piece of built-in furniture. Meanwhile, a pair of medicine cabinets and a tall center cabinet feature molding that ties in with the crown molding, and also with decorative tile molding that caps a subway tile wainscot.
Deep-hued wood plantation shades surround this lovely master bedroom designed by Susan Brunstrum for her client's second home in Park, City Utah. The soft hues of blue and gray add a restful quality to the room and allow the stone fireplace to take center stage.
In the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014, muted shades of blue and gray are contrasted with youthful pops of persimmon, adding a warm, rich appeal to the space. Designer Shelley Cahan created the space to be an upscale retreat for the youngest gentleman of the house.