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When you combine the contemporary sophistication of gray with the earthy qualities of beige, you get greige. Whether you call it a warm gray or a cool beige, you'd be correct in either case. In nature, greige is the color of stonework and many types of wildlife. It's an organic, elegant neutral that is very easy on the eyes. Greige works well in any room and gets along very well with any other color. If you've been looking for the perfect neutral and you're torn between gray or beige, you'll get the best of both worlds by choosing greige.
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