Sophisticated Gray Interior
Thinking about updating your interior design? Check out this stylish Scandinavian home. It has a strong focus on gray, with charcoal rooms and design as far as the eye can see. It’s also sleek, sexy, and ultra modern.
This home’s predominantly all-gray interior theme and open plan go perfectly together. Standing in the kitchen, gray sterling steel countertops and sleek charcoal cupboards face opposite a metallic kitchen table that acts as a wine storage unit. Small touches, like a marble bust and an onyx vase with a plant, add a little warmth to this streamlined kitchen space that leads to the living room.
A small couch bed with white and charcoal pillows, a furry white and black rug, a circular standing table, hanging side lamp, two chairs, and a spectacular gray and white marble circular table sit comfortably in this living room with walls in soft gray. One chair is tall and wooden, while the other is furry as can be! It adds a cozy, warming touch to a sophisticated but otherwise cool room. Add a few black and white framed photos, a silver textured pillow, clear glass vases, and a few plants, and of course a stylish hanging chandelier, and the room is complete.
Make the front door white and add mirrors to the length of any narrow hallway to add the appearance of more space! Overall, the gray tones really help pull everything together but also allow for greater emphasis of the colors that are added, such as lush green indoor plants or a paler white marble bust. It also makes any features in shining black or chrome, such as the sink, stand out and look really nice.
Go grained wood for the floors if you want that extra contrast. With such a gray-dominant interior design, some wooden floors or white tile in the bathroom will provide some aesthetic relief. An all-white toilet and sink, chrome shelving and shower head, a large mirror, and decked out in light blue-green floor tile and white marble wall tiling make this bathroom seem clean and inviting. Some black and gray touches with a plant or two bring the design full circle.
Would you live in this gorgeous Scandinavian home? Is this design changing how you think about gray themes or monochromatic interior designs? We’d love to hear what you think! Leave a comment down below.