This renovated laundry room, first seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, is bright and clean thanks to dove gray walls and large white shelves. Tile floors makes messes easy to clean, while woven baskets offer ample storage.
The dark wood floors in this transitional kitchen provide a perfect contrast to the white cabinetry and dove-gray walls. Barstools from Pottery Barn can easily be tucked under the center island to make extra room for busy cooks.
Dove gray walls and cream cabinets and stove hood elegantly blend together in this gourmet kitchen to give a traditional room a modern twist. Twin refrigerators make food storage a snap, and a round dining table makes for a welcome gathering space.
A large mirror and grand window help to expand this formal dining room. Coral-patterned chairs surround the circular dining table, while a mirrored sideboard adds an art deco kick to the space. The chandelier lighting is both soft and elegant against the dove gray walls.
HGTV's Property Brothers transformed this dining room with dove gray walls and a metallic drum pendant. A steel-wrapped dining table and sturdy wooden shelves are industrial counterpoints to the contemporary dining chairs and graphic textiles.
Amazing grays, indeed! In this traditional living room, the walls are painted a dove gray with crisp white accents for the molding and window frames. The choice helps to soften and add depth to the space.
What was an empty wall in the foyer now houses built-in storage cubbies for members of the family to stash jackets, shoes and sports equipment. Dove gray shelving with brass hardware proves that the catch-all room doesn't have to be boring.
When you think of a “neutral” wall color, shades like beige, taupe, or gray may come to mind. But pale pink is a surprisingly versatile, livable “new neutral.” On the walls of this living space that the stylists at Nathan + Jac say was inspired by an “unconventional, carefree approach” to design, blush pink is the perfect foundation shade to layer with white, cream, and dove gray. Tip: To get that chalky Scandinavian look on your walls, pick a flat paint formulation.
If you're using your dining space for creative and work purposes, try to keep things as cheerful and bright as possible to make the spot more enticing. While the walls and wainscoting of the space are light and neutral with white and dove-gray finishes, the colorful accent pieces stand out and add personality.