JENNA KATE AT HOME
In order to figure out what paint colors will work alongside these wood tones, it’s first important to understand the basics of color theory.
There are two main ways of working with any existing element in a home: - it can either be downplayed (neutralized and camouflaged) - or enhanced (highlighted and used as a focal point).
So let’s get down to the nitty gritty and talk through some paint colors that will actually work.
This is a warm gray with a green/beige undertone. It can be quite saturated in color if you don’t have a lot of natural night so definitely test it before committing.
I love this paint color anytime, but it does wonderful things alongside the honey oak. It has that modern look of a greige but lots of cozy warmth that works well with the orange undertones.
This is as gray as I would go. Repose Gray has a slight purple undertone as well as green that stops it from falling completely flat.
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