Medium-sized primary bedroom featuring hardwood floors and gray walls, along with a doorway leading to the home’s veranda. A primary bedroom with shiny vinyl floors and gray walls, along with a large classy bed with two table lamps on both sides.
A focused shot at this primary bedroom’s modern large bed surrounded by gray walls and floors. A primary bedroom with elegant gray walls and a large classy bed set on the room’s hardwood flooring.
Primary bedroom with handsome gray walls and a nice bed with a wooden frame set on the grayish flooring with a rug on top. Small primary bedroom with brick tiles walls along with gray window curtains and black table lamps.
Large primary bedroom featuring hardwood flooring topped by a rug and a gray bed surrounded by stylish walls. Small primary bedroom with gray and white walls, along with a stylish bed set up on top of the hardwood flooring.
A primary bedroom with stylish gray walls and a red shade adding color to the room. Modern primary bedroom featuring gray walls, a black piece of furniture on the side and pendant lights along with hardwood floors.
Modern primary bedroom with gray and black bed set on the room’s hardwood flooring. Contemporary primary bedroom with a combination of black and gray walls, along with a bed lighted by an attractive floor lamp.
This primary bedroom features hardwood floors, light gray walls and a rustic bed frame. Medium-sized primary bedroom with a large classy bed set on the brown carpet flooring. A close up look at this primary bedroom’s stylish gray bed with a black frame set on the carpet flooring.
Large primary bedroom featuring multiple seats and hardwood flooring, along with a stone fireplace on the corner.
The room features hardwood floors, a brick fireplace with a TV on top and a glamorous ceiling lighting. Out of 332,061 total bedrooms that were considered, grey is wildly popular, making its way into third place behind white and brown, and beating out eleven other colors that can be seen on the chart below.
If you like muted and soft colors in your sleeping quarters, but get tired of the bleak and emptiness of white, then gray may be the perfect alternative. Design ideas for your primary bedroom, decked out in gray, doesn’t have to start and end in a single color.
Pair with white for a cool and elegant feel and this totally neutral palette is highly adaptable to your current style, an ideal choice for home designers who like to change things up. On the opposite of the spectrum, get that classic yet soothing feel by pairing gray, in your favorite shade, with a soft lavender tint.
However, if appearing too drab is a major concern for you, be sure to pick out a shade of gray that mixes in soft blue in the base color.