Green and Gray have a lot in common.
The spelling of both colors begin with “GR,” but the similarities go way beyond that. Green and Gray are both abundant in nature representing both vegetation and stone respectively, so they look and feel natural. Green and gray are also very easy on the eyes, which is why these colors are popular among homeowners.
It’s important to note that yellow-greens are way more energetic than true or blue-greens. So, chartreuse is not going to feel as serene as pine green, and it will not match the calmness of gray. But. Yellow-green still has an organic quality to it, and it actually complements gray very well.
And if you’re a fan of leafy, grassy greens you can easily create a soothing, stress-free room by pairing these true greens with a cool or pale gray.
Whether you like lime green, emerald or something in between, any type of green will work with gray. With this color combo, you just can’t go wrong.