JENNA KATE AT HOME
While your floors do play a large part in your overall interior design, they are not nearly as important in terms of the overall look as wall colors are.
If you prefer darker colors, I highly suggest using a crisp white trim color to add contrast and a differentiating color between the walls and wood floors.
A good rule of thumb to remember is that you should choose a paint color with undertones that matches or compliment your floors.
Taking floors out of the equation, choosing a gray paint color can be tricky because of the myriad of possible undertones.
While gray and greige paint colors continue to be the most popular, blue is a close second, especially in bedrooms and bathrooms.
If you’re dealing with a large space with a whole lot of dark wood floors, don’t be afraid to lighten things up with an area rug or runner.
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