By Michelle Gage

Published on March 28, 2016

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Photography by APARTMENT THERAPY

by Michelle Gage

Various shades of gray upholstery add cohesion to this charming living room.

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Photography by REVISTAAD.ES

Ground your tufted gray chesterfield against a slightly lighter gray wall.

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Photography by BENGTGARDEN.COM

A less saturated space, like so, is more calming than cold.

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Photography by ARKITEKTURFOTOGRAFEN.SE

A medium-toned gray sectional works well with these warm wood walls.

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Photography by DOMINO

A mirrored gallery wall helps to highlight this soft gray settee.

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Photography by MY DOMAINE

Neutral gray shades provide you with a great palette to layer with.

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Photography by DESIGNMILK.COM

Cool gray walls, rugs and upholstery make for a warm and welcoming living room.

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Photography by THEDEBRIEF.CO.UK

Fifty shades of gray (we had to) combine to create this cozy space.

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Photography by FLAIRATHOME.NL

Pale grays and silver metal accent make for a chic, fresh space.

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Photography by DECOHOLIC.ORG

White hot pops bounce around this inviting gray room.

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Photography by DAILYDREAMDECOR.COM

To get a more regal room, vote for darker charcoals rather than the lightest grays.

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Photography by POPSUGAR

Gray textiles are some of the chicest around.

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Photography by PLANETEDECO.FR

A plush gray sofa is the perfect place to curl up with a good book.