Not every home has a unifying color theme, but without one it can be easy for a house to feel disjointed or erratic. A color palette can unify a home’s design so that it flows easily from one room to another, but that does not mean that each room has to be decorated in exactly the same colors. In this house, for instance, grey creates a throughline within the home but does not overwhelm the design. Instead, it creates a foundation for each room so that the overall look is comforting and harmonious — without being too “matchy-matchy.” Take a look inside this home from visualizer Andrei Lychkouski to see what we mean.
The main, open living space itself is the room that takes the gray theme to the extreme.
From an oversized dark gray section to clear gray lucite dining chairs and texture gray walls, this is the center of the home’s color story.
The colors that are dotted throughout the space draw the eye but are still subtle, and largely live within the neutral family from green to teal to warm brown.
The high ceiling creates a dramatic feel for an otherwise fairly conservative design.