paint palette: gray, cream, and taupe
More intriguing than white, less scary than all-out color, this trio of grown- up neutrals gives an entryway a layered, slightly Swedish sophistication.
Gray: blackened #2011, Farrow & Ball
Cream trim and baseboard: pointing #2003
oil eggshell, Farrow & Ball
Taupe: shaded white #201 oil eggshell, Farrow & Ball
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This subtle combination has extra richness and gives even a small space a feeling of great depth. Mixed without any blue undertones, the gray is a true neutral—elegant enough to stand up to the seriousness of a substantial Art Deco mirror and a delicate Louis XVI–style chair—and a perfect foil for vivid bursts of color.
Louis XVI Dining Chair