The charisma of a gray dining room is something that merely refuses to go away, and the world of interior design has completely tapped into the potential of this hot neutral in the last few years.
Gray is the ‘go to’ color for designers and homeowners across the world these days, and it has unquestionably substituted the white and beige trend of the 90s and early 2000s. What was originally labeled a short-lived fad has now turned into a long-lasting ‘style statement’, and if you have not already immersed into the magic of gray, then 2017 is certainly the time to get started. Today, the focus is on gray dining rooms.
Gray at the dining room might seem like an odd arrangement at first, but as you will see below, there are loads of ways that the color can be used to create a striking dining space that diverges from the reserved to the frisky in style.
The many flexible shades of gray guarantee that you can straightforwardly use it as both a comforting, neutral backdrop and a sophisticated, dark hue that emphasizes the architectural features of your choice in the dining room. Many homeowners choose a tone-on-tone approach to gray, as it is easy to work with, gives the room visual maneuvering and breaks away from dullness.
Picking a shade of gray for your dining room varies on a diversity of aspects, including the dimension of the area, the existing natural light, and even the climate of the city you live in.