A saturated gray wall color is an elegant backdrop to luxurious white bed linens in the Atlanta Decorators Show House upstairs master bedroom. A brass floor lamp and leather chair create a handsome sitting area.
For this home office, designers wanted to show off the room's colorful accents and rich textures, so they needed a strong, but neutral backdrop. They found their answer in Benjamin Moore's Rocky Coast (#1595), a saturated, warm gray.
For the master bedroom of HGTV's Urban Oasis 2018 in Cincinnati, OH, designers saturated the walls with teal paint. Gray, yellow and metallic accents continue the vibrant color play. For an organic touch, houseplants are the stars!
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.
You may have seen whisper gray pop up in your favorite home design stores as a new neutral that's fun, elegant and lighthearted. This color works well with most color combinations, but thrives with saturated colors like fuchsia, coral and indigo. Te patterned pillows on the gray couch work well with the framed pieces of patterned wallpaper and the metallic dresser.
Light blue-gray walls are an airy backdrop to the saturated, rich tones of the dining set up. Tufted chocolate brown leather chairs surround a smooth wood dining table lit by a curled chandelier hanging above. Exposed beams compliment the table finish and hardwood floor peaking out from under the area rug. Black metal letters spell out "Home" on the wall for a comforting and decorative finish.
An excellent way to keep a deep, rich look without sacrificing light is to choose saturated shades of red then tone them down with an organic texture and a light accent color. Here, the cranberry grass-cloth walls infuse the room with much-needed color, keeping it bright with an all-natural appeal. Alternatively, the cool, blue-gray accents add contrast.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah tied in the blue and green tones of her client's favorite color, turquoise, in the living room's decor. Bright green cymbidium orchids are a bright contrast against the striped turquoise wallpaper of the fireplace surround. Sarah also added gray and dark blue flower vases and white photo frames to balance the wallpaper's bright, saturated hue.