, November 18th , 2017.
Charcoal, this darker neutral is one of the most versatile of the bunch. Pair is with other easy foundation tones or any shade of pastel. The most modern neutral, charcoal gray looks great in dining rooms, living rooms and even nurseries. Here's how to use it best. Charcoal gray may be a neutral, but it's also a statement. It's bolder than its lighter brethren; more modern than its neutral cousins, the beiges; and less dramatic than black. True gray (or achromatic gray) is a mixture of black and white. It has equal values of red, green and blue (RGB), and thus no hue. Off-grays — what we most often use in decorating — have very subtle but important differences in the values of red, green and blue. Cool grays are noticeably blue, green or violet. Warm grays are noticeably pinkish or brown and may have yellow tones.
Midnight, Don't be afraid to dress your room in a deep, midnight black. It can be quite luxurious and inviting when styled right. There's absolutely nothing wrong with white, pastel or neutral walls, but if you're playing it safe just because you fear dark paint will turn your bedroom into a cave, take heart. No matter how dark you go, you can still have a bedroom that's airy, glamorous, contemporary… whatever style you like best. The secret is balancing strong color against the rest of the room's décor. One thing you'll notice in just about every bedroom with dark walls, like the gorgeous gray-walled room featured here, is a white ceiling. This prevents a closed-in, cave-like vibe, and helps maintain an airy feeling throughout the room. Ditto for light flooring, whether carpet or wood.
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