I love the color gray, so I was thrilled when Pantone announced their color of the year: Ultimate Gray. I’m all for staying trendy, so I immediately looked around for furniture and decor that would fall in line with this gorgeous shade. Below are some of my favorite finds that will help you stay current and hip.
This cute little nightstand is clean and chic, and the gray color adds a soft look to this piece. The two drawers are deep enough to fit necessities, with beautiful metal accent handles. It’s laminate, so you won’t have to worry about scuffs and scratches.
Sleek is the best way to describe this headboard. With a gorgeous, realistic wood finish, you won’t have any idea that this headboard is made of durable laminate — aka, it’ll last forever. The gray is deep and cool, just like your bed will be with this accent.
Looking to be fashionable and cozy all at once? This blanket will (literally) have you covered. It’s nice and soft, made from faux fur, microfiber, and microplush, and it gives an upscale look when draped over a chair or sofa.
This lamp has an industrial feel while also looking clean enough to fit in the most high-end of places. The resin base has a nickel finish for that deep gray color, and that richness adds a unique touch to any room, whether your style is rustic or modern (or a mix of both!).
This throw pillow is unique, with the diamond lattice pattern taking over the front in a rugged, deep fashion. Add a few to your couch and chairs for a fun, textural element. When you’re not feeling super bold, flip them around for a charcoal pop minus the pattern.
Personally, I’m in love with these chairs. Indoors or outdoors (they’re water-resistant to withstand the elements), they fit in wherever you need some beautiful seating. Made from faux rattan, the design is eye-catching — you won’t find anything similar.
Pantone’s Ultimate Gray is the trend we’ve been looking for. Do you have any gray furniture that you love? Tempted to splurge on these? Let us know in the comments!
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