Do you want to add a little color to your home, but you are intimidated? You should try a shade of grey green paint because it adds subtle color without overpowering a space.
If you have been following recent home trends, then you will know that green paint colors are in. There’s a modern twist on the once very popular sage green paint.
Gray green paint and dark green paint might be trending, but it is here to stay.
Choosing Grey Green Paint Colors
Grey green paint colors are calming and effortlessly blend with any decor because acts as a neutral if you select the right shade of the color.
When choosing the right green paint color, you want to consider the rest of your home.
Do you find yourself leaning more toward cool colors? Then you will want to go with a gray undertone to go with the flow of your home and match existing decor.
Undertones in Grey Green Paint
If you are more into warm tones, then you should consider a green with a yellow under tone.
I love the cool tones of gray, but gray by itself is a bit boring in my opinion.
Okay, don’t get annoyed at me for saying that because most of my house is gray.
I do like the color gray, but I am just tired of it and it feels stark.
When I purchased my first home, I jumped on the gray bandwagon and painted everything gray or white.
Bold Green Accent Wall
If you are thinking of going bold then you might like this modern green bedroom. This grey green paint color is Green Bay by Sherwin Williams.
The opposing walls are painted Comfort Gray by Sherwin Williams. Comfort Gray is a light gray paint with green undertones, so it looks really nice with a dark green bedroom accent wall.
Grey Green Paint That Matches Any Style
I had no idea what my style was at the time, and I was always decorating for someone else instead of myself.
When I was decorating and painting my home, I always thought what would other people like.
I was worried about picking something that would deter people from buying my home that I just bought.
Finally, I realized I wasn’t living in my own home instead a version of what I thought others would want to call home.
I ended up repainting some rooms, moving decor around, or repurposing some items to save some money.
Oyster Bay Hex Code: #AEB3A9
RGB: 174 / 179 / 169
These laundry room cabinets were painted Oyster Bay by Sherwin Williams to bring a fun pop of subtle color to the room.
This is a light gray green that has a coastal vibe to it without being too beachy. The gray undertones of this shade of green help tie it in with the rest of the space.
If you want to see more photos of Oyster Bay then check out our laundry room post!
Sea Salt Hex Code: #CDD2CA
RGB: 205 / 210 / 202
Sea Salt by Sherwin Williams is a grey green paint that puts a modern twist on sage green.
I have painted this color in bathrooms, kitchens, living room, and a laundry room.
This shade of gray green acts as a neutral color. It has just a pop of color mixed in so your space isn’t so bland.
A grey green paint is also great in a baby nursey for any gender.
Rhino by Behr
Don’t let the name of this green paint fool you because it is not a shade of brown.
This color is a modern version of sage green with grey paint mixed in.
The name of this grey green paint is Rhino, and it matches with any space or decor style.
If you are looking for a sage green paint, I highly recommend looking into the color Rhino by Behr.
The grey green paint is a modern version of sage green. It is more timeless and you won’t get tired of this color as it feels neutral.
I painted my powder room with Rhino paint by Behr then I added this mirror frame using scrap wood.
Mountain Road by Sherwin
Mountain Road Hex Code: #868578
RGB: 134 / 133 / 120
I first saw this medium sage green paint color on a home bar that one of our customer’s built using our DIY Bar Plans.
This color is the perfect mix of dark gray and green. In certain light it can look gray or it can look green.
I loved this color, so much that I repainted my gray bathroom vanity this color.
My vanity was painted a shade of gray, but I wanted to change it up.
The gray wasn’t that bad on the vanity, but it just didn’t work in my bathroom with the existing tile.
Evergreen Fog by Sherwin
Evergreen Fog: #95978A
RGB: 149 / 151 / 138
Another medium shade of grey green paint is, Evergreen Fog. This color contains more green than it does grey, so it will be warmer compared to other shades of grey green.
To see more photos of Evergreen Fog, take a look at our other blog post!
Riverway by Sherwin
Riverway Hex Code: #5D7274
RGB: 93 / 114 / 116
This dark green paint color is bold and out of my element, but it feels great in my home.
I typically lean toward lighter and airy colors, but this bold grey green paint color just works.
The gray undertone in this green paint color makes it fit right into my home.
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Feel free to share some of your favorite green paint colors in the comments. To see even more grey green paint colors, take a look at these beautiful rooms!