We love doing color roundups, and today we’re here to talk about which colors go with a charcoal grey couch. Whether you’re looking for flooring, walls, or accessories, we’ve found great ideas for you during our investigation of the subject. Let’s take a look at what we found.
Here are some great color ideas to pair with a charcoal grey couch:
- Charcoal grey walls with rust-colored throw pillows
- Mix up your greys for monochromatic differences
- Yellow is a great accent color for charcoal grey
- Natural woods and beige tones with your charcoal grey sofa
- Dress up your charcoal grey sofa with red accent wall paint
- Pair charcoal grey with light turquoise
- Use purple and navy throw pillows
Let’s look at examples of each of these ideas in the post below. We’ll also explain the difference between charcoal and black, tell you if charcoal is a warm color, look at whether wood and grey go together, and examine if dark furniture makes a room look smaller. So please, keep reading for the answers to all these questions and some great charcoal couch looks.
Great Color Pairings With A Charcoal Grey Couch
We’ve found a bunch of different color ideas that will work with your grey sofa. From couch accessories to wall cover, these ideas should inspire you in your design decisions.
Charcoal Grey Walls With Rust-Colored Throw Pillows
This charcoal grey couch is swoon-worthy set against a similar shade of paint on the wall. The light wood floors keep things bright and airy, while the throw pillows and lamps bring the pizazz. Rusty reds are a color we don’t see as often as others in design, but here it looks absolutely super with this grey sofa.
Pair these rust throw pillows with a charcoal grey sofa.
Mix Up Your Greys For Monochromatic Differences
This charcoal grey sectional looks regal paired with lighter greys. Here the walls are the palest shade of an almost white grey. The floors are slightly darker than the walls. A black planter adds dark contrast in the same color family.
Don’t Be Surprised By Yellow With Charcoal Grey
This charcoal couch in a loft setting capitalizes on simplicity. Spare details in black are used against a white wall. But we see the one pop of color in the sofa throw. Here a muted goldenrod yellow throw looks fantastic against the rich charcoal upholstery of the couch. Yellow is a great color to pair with grey.
This goldenrod yellow flannel throw is a cozy accessory for your charcoal grey sofa.
We also love the idea of painting your room yellow. If you love this grey and yellow combination, here’s a standout way to make it really shine. Soft beige drapes and natural light give a luminous glow to the yellow walls and bring out the richness in the sofa.
Natural Woods And Beige Tones With Your Charcoal Grey Sofa
This room has such thoughtful details to pair with the grey sofa. The white-painted brick wall allows the charcoal to really stand out in the space. But what we really find interesting is the playful use of natural light woods and tans, to accent the grey. The lamp’s stand, throw pillows, floating shelves, even the dreamcatchers hanging on the wall play on this color combination.
This cool tripod lamp will give you a similar look to the one in the room above.
Dress Up Your Charcoal Grey Sofa With Red Accent Wall Paint
Grey and red are a really gorgeous color combination. They’re also bold and dramatic as evidenced by this modern room. Here a charcoal grey sofa is placed against a vibrant red wall which is echoed on the neighboring wall of cabinetry. A slightly softer grey is on the floors. If you love bold statements and drama, then this color combination may work for you.
Charcoal Grey Sofa And A Light Turquoise Area Rug
For a bright and fresh look, why not look at turquoise blue as an accent color. Here a charcoal couch is used in an attic bonus room space. The white walls keep things bright and clean. The addition of turquoise in the rug and throw pillow makes it fun.
This fun geometric rug in turquoise and white would look perfect with a charcoal grey couch.
Add Some Purple And Navy Throw Pillows To Your Charcoal Grey Couch
If you love deep rich colors, then consider using purple and navy throw pillows on your charcoal grey couch. The cool tones in deep shades create a vibrant look for any living space. Here light-colored walls keep the large sofa from overpowering the room.
What’s The Difference Between Charcoal And Black?
Some charcoal greys are so dark, they almost appear black. But they are not black. Technically black is the absence or complete absorption of light. Charcoal, however, is not quite that dark and is created by adding the tiniest amount of white to the color black. This results in a rich, deep grey that gives a similar drama to black but has more depth in the color.
Is Charcoal A Warm Color?
Believe it or not, greys can vary in tone. You need to look at the undertone of your charcoal tint. If it has undertones of pink, brown, or yellow, then it would be considered on the warm side. But if its undertones drift more toward blue, green, or violet, then it would be considered a cool grey.
Do Wood And Grey Go Together?
Wood and grey totally go together. The trick is to work with those warm or cool tones. If you have warm wood floors and are looking for paint color, then you’ll want to choose something that is warmer as well. If you have cool wood tones for your floors, then you’ll probably want to stick with a cooler paint color.
This gorgeous chest of drawers mixes wood tones and greys in one furniture piece. If you look at the drawers you’ll notice the slight contrast of grey inset into the lighter natural wood drawers.
Does Dark Furniture Make A Room Look Smaller?
The color of your furniture isn’t really an issue if you’ve chosen the right size of furniture. Pieces that are too bulky are what can make your room look tiny. Well-proportioned pieces for your space will look great no matter the color.
Dark furniture is dramatic and will really draw your attention. It’s also awesome if you have high-traffic areas where you’re worried about stains and wear. A charcoal grey sofa paired with thoughtful details and colors you love will look great in almost any space.
For more on this subject, please check out our post here: Should You Choose Light or Dark Living Room Furniture? (Inc. 14 examples
So Many Choices For Your Charcoal Sofa
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