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Yes, you can mix gray and beige paint colors, and gray and beige chairs. See how the artwork ties both neutrals together? This room is a great example of hues in harmony.
The light stained oak in this dining set is a perfect complement to pale gray walls. The focal point of the room, of course, is the radiant red cupboard. What a wonderful splash of color.
Gray, golden tan and white create a restful and serene bedroom space. I'm loving those gorgeous amber lamps. They look totally elegant surrounded by gray walls.
Smoky gray walls become the backdrop for an eclectic mix of dining chairs in this space. Look at all of the great textures: wood, leather and upholstery — all in tones of brown and tan. Mismatching can be fun!
An area rug is always a nice way to introduce accent color and texture to a neutral space. Here, gray, khaki and honey wood tones are anchored by a pretty purple rug.
Dark charcoal-gray walls paired with softly-stained wood flooring and cabinetry create a dramatic look in this bathroom. A dose of vivid wasabi green ensures that this space is anything but drab.
A gray slate fireplace surround is the focal point here, but its strong appearance is softened by a pair of natural wood shelves on both sides. The mix of natural materials creates an organic feel, while orange accent chairs add spark.
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