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Silver Blade, Fine Paints of Europe

"To me, Silver Blade by is a rich, elegant and classic gray that elevates any room. It contrasts beautifully with light and dark colors as well as all textures. Always welcoming you in." -

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Purbeck Stone, Farrow & Ball

"A lovely warm neutral that enriches the space, and looks amazing with any wood floor stain. I love this color because of its versatility, and can be used in both formal and casual settings. The color is always pleasing to the eye." -

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Cornforth White, Farrow & Ball

"This is a perfect tone of grey. It catches light beautifully. It's subtle and very chic. It is the perfect complement to any other neutral." -

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Mole’s Breath, Farrow & Ball

"This rich, warm gray is the perfect neutral when you want to create depth in a space. It works equally well in small spaces to cozy them up, as well as large rooms to make them feel inviting. I also love it as a trim color to add sophisticated glamour to your millwork and moldings. A kiss from a Mole never seemed sweeter!" -

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Plumbago Gray, Fired Earth

"This rich shade has warm blue undertones, which makes one feel right at home. It’s sophisticated tone makes any space feel chic." -

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Gray Owl, Benjamin Moore

"This fabulous gray reminds me of French porcelain — cool with a slight hint of green. Great for morning light! Try it in a white kitchen to lacquer barstools and pop them with shades of buttercup." -

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Graytint, Benjamin Moore

"This is the perfect whisper of grey to add to a room where you want a crisp, tailored look but something more than white or ivory. It provides a lovely soft highlight to decorative trim in traditional settings, and is cool enough to provide a modern edge to more contemporary interiors." -

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Charleston Gray, Farrow & Ball

"Hands down my favorite gray paint is. It’s a deep, sumptuous shade of gray that wraps you like a velvety fog. I use it when I’m trying to create intimacy in an oversized space, or warmth in small room with little natural light." -

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Pantone Charcoal Gray, Valspar Paint

"A perfect backdrop for art collectors and enthusiasts. This grey sets a bold tone and pairs beautifully in a monochromatic setting or one with a stark contrast. I'm a firm believer in giving a big impression in a subtle way and this grey never falls flat." -

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Artist Grey, Ralph Lauren

"This color is true to Ralph Lauren. It is a chameleon color in the sense that it works with many different tones of grey and blue." -

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City Shadow, Benjamin Moore

"For millwork and cabinetry, I frequently come back to. The color is bold and dynamic, while maintaining a warmth and softness that many dark grey’s can lack." -

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Gray Cashmere, Benjamin Moore

“For me, this is a no-fail selection. I’ve used it in bathrooms, kitchens, garden rooms, and bedrooms - all with beautiful results. It has the perfect amount of blue saturation to pair with bronze, green, periwinkle, or even spice. I prefer it EXTRA glossy on paneling!” -

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Silver Chain #BM1472, Benjamin Moore

"It is soft and works well in both traditional and modern rooms. I recently used it on the cabinetry of a townhouse kitchen with countertops in super white quartzite." –

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Passive, Sherwin Williams

“This is a light airy grey that enhances architecture with subtle shadows, but doesn’t become too heavy or drab…A happy grey! I love it for bathrooms, kitchens or bedrooms.” –

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Guggenheim Color G042, Fine Paints Of Europe

"As an avid art collector, this gray in their Eurolux Interior Matte, is the perfect backdrop for any collection. The matte finish absorbs natural and artificial light allowing the space to come alive with undertones that appear to make the walls gradually change throughout the day. Very alluring!" - Patrick Planeta of

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Agreeable Gray, Sherwin Williams

"It's faint enough to be a neutral, but saturated enough to make a difference." -

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Ammonite, Farrow & Ball

"It's the perfect neutral and a great alternative to off-white. I recently painted a wood paneled room this color, and the overall effect was warm and inviting." -

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Cheating Heart, Benjamin Moore

"The biggest fear to overcome when using a dark color is that it will make your room feel smaller. Not true! A dark color makes the walls seem to disappear and adds incredible drama to a room. This charcoal has just the right amount of brown in it to add warmth. It's as gorgeous on walls as it is on millwork and trim. I've even used it on the bottom of a claw foot tub." -

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Chelsea Gray, Benjamin Moore

"I use this shade over and over again on cabinets and vanities because it is the perfect medium-dark gray. It has warmth, but never looks brown, and has enough pigment to make a statement without shouting. Such a classic!" -

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Cloud, Dunn-Edwards Paint

"It feels soft and airy, but is still saturated enough to make an impact and elevate a space. It's incredibly versatile, working in anything from traditional to modern spaces, and pretty much everything in between. I love it paired with white for a crisp, clean contrast, and with dark charcoal for more dramatic feel." -

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Conforth White, Farrow & Ball

"This pale gray paint has a touch of taupe/lavender that provides a wonderful neutral backdrop to both traditional and modern interiors. I love how the color evolves over the day: cooler earlier in the day kissing and a bit more moody at night." -

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Down Pipe, Farrow & Ball

"It's such a beautiful shade that works with a mixture of tones and finishes. The color has a deep richness that doesn't fall flat and can give a space a great punch, especially when paired with light colors for high contrast." - Shannon Wollack & Brittany Zwickl of

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Elephant's Breath, Farrow & Ball

"This warm and luxuriant shade is stunning in a room with white woodwork and crystal chandeliers. Pop it with coral or hot pink." -

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Gray Owl, Benjamin Moore

"This gray is super classic and sophisticated, but not boring AT ALL. It's a very, very warm gray – meaning that it's still a cool tone, but has more yellow in it than blue." -

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Horizon Gray, Benjamin Moore

"I like that it is light and airy. It is a whisper of barely there color. This gray doesn't go green, blue or lavender. It is a perfect neutral backdrop!" -

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Iron Mountain, Benjamin Moore

"I look for dimension within paint colors, something that shifts a little from day to night. I love the subtle depth and warm brown underpinning of this shade. This deep, dark gray is beautiful in a matte wall finish, stunning in satin for millwork, or easily pulls off sexy in a gorgeous gloss for furniture and cabinetry." -

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Lamp Room Gray, Farrow & Ball

"This shade of gray is pretty because it has a little taupe in it that makes it very chic. It can be beautiful in a living bow wow and angela simmons kissing 2018 room, dining room, or bedroom." - Alex Papachristidis

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Modern Gray, Sherwin Williams

"This is the ideal background color: warm, soft, and plays well with everyone. It's like the consummate party hostess who brings out the best in every guest. It's the perfect backdrop for blues (denim, chambray, navy) in a living room, and makes olive green look fantastic. It can handle fuchsia and orange in a bunk room, but also goes beautifully soft with creams and grays when used in a master bedroom or kitchen." -

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Pashmina, Benjamin Moore

"It's a rich, warm gray that creates an inviting, intimate space. It's also a perfect exterior color paired with a dark charcoal trim." -

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Revere Pewter, Benjamin Moore

"I keep coming back to this paint color again and again. It's warm enough to use in a space with little sunlight, but not too warm to be considered "greige." It looks soft and rich without overtaking the room." -

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Rodeo, Benjamin Moore

"It has the right mix of warm and cool undertones to be a true gray. It has just enough brown to achieve that perfect warm gray. It looks beautiful on walls, trim, paneling and cabinetry - use it everywhere!" -

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Sleigh Bells, Benjamin Moore

"This color is warm without being muddy, and it has just the perfect amount of pigment – dark enough to be sophisticated and crisp, light enough to be bright and airy." -

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Stonington Gray, Benjamin Moore

"I've found that this hue looks pure and fresh at any time of day or in any type of space. It's not too dark, not too light…it's just right." -

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Whisper, Benjamin Moore

"It's a super soft and subtle shade of gray that feels fresh, light and airy. It reflects light beautifully to really open up a space, and serves as the perfect neutral backdrop." -

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Winter's Gate, Pratt & Lambert

"This color has the ideal hint of color for homeowners that may be too shy to jump out of their beige comfort zone. It's light enough to read as a neutral and is a beautiful balance for bright white trim. It's ultra versatile on ceilings, as it complements both light and dark wall colors." -

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