Grey sofas also provides a lovely base for neutral color schemes. Depending on the undertone, a gray sofa can fit well with white, beige, black, sepia, and wood tones. Vary the brightness of neutrals around the room to add depth and dimension to the palette. For example, try pushing a dark charcoal sofa against warm grey walls, accessorizing with creamy white pillows and richly stained wood accent furniture. An assortment of textures, such as velvet, shiny metal, and chunky cable-knit, will add further interest to the neutral space.

Often considered a mid-tone in terms of color, grey can also function as a middle ground for contrasting furniture choices. Use a grey sofa to bridge the gap between pieces with traditional and modern styling. In this living room, midcentury modern accent chairs feel right at home alongside a contemporary coffee table and a sleek gray sofa, thanks to a unifying neutral color scheme. Shades of grey are peppered throughout, giving cohesion to a multitude of shapes and styles.

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