To everyone complaining about gray paint – what color(s) do you paint your walls?

I’m genuinely curious. I’ve seen so much hate on this sub lately (mostly from buyers browsing homes) for gray paint on walls. I totally agree that it’s become “basic”, but I think that is for a reason. Gray, like white, is neutral. Neutral goes with a lot and can work well with a lot of decor for many years to come.

Now, I totally agree that gray floors are awful. They’ll be dated within a few years and it’s just gray overkill. But what is wrong with gray paint on walls/cabinets? What colors do you have or would you rather see?

Just curious.

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I’m genuinely curious. I’ve seen so much hate on this sub lately (mostly from buyers browsing homes) for gray paint on walls. I totally agree that it’s become “basic”, but I think that is for a reason. Gray, like white, is neutral. Neutral goes with a lot and can work well with a lot of decor for many years to come. Now, I totally agree that gray floors are awful. They’ll be dated within a few years and it’s just gray overkill. But what is wrong with gray paint on walls/cabinets? What colors do you have or would you rather see? Just curious. submitted by /u/zarkles [link] [comments]

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