Open floor plans have been all the rage for years now, just turn on HGTV and you’ll see what we’re talking about. We love an open floor plan but we’ve seen clients struggle to find a paint color that can work throughout multiple spaces. Since open floor plans don’t often have clear cut-off points it’s important to choose a paint color that can flow throughout the space and unify those rooms without clashing. A dynamic color is wonderful for an open floor plan because it can work with both warm and cool features.
Since this is a neutral you also have the added benefit of being able to use different accent colors, furniture, and decor items to create designated spaces. This is a lot less warm than Worldly Gray so it will give your space a more modern and sophisticated feel.
Luckily, Repose Gray has a slightly warm undertone which helps keep your space cozy and welcoming without going too far into the beige territory. This also helps ensure you won’t end up with that slightly blue cast so many clients work hard to avoid.
This creates a nice contrast that will make your open floor plan feel unified and clean. People tend to either love it or hate it so if green isn’t your vibe then you should just skip to the next color recommendation. This color is great for an open floor plan where you have a lot of cooler features in your home and it’s a fun take on a traditional gray. A lot of white paint options are just too bright and intense which can make it difficult for the eye to process.
What we really enjoy about Moderate White is the warm base which makes the space feel more inviting. Accessories and decor items are fantastic for creating designated areas and giving a room personality without breaking the bank.