sally wheat gives us her 'perfect grays'

She is as sweet as she is talented.
Houston, Texas designer Sally Wheat recently took a little time to pass on to "a perfect gray" readers some of her favorite grays. And folks, we are not alone here in trying to sort out our gray hues, "I think grays are really hard," says Sally. "I've had a gray work beautifully in one end of a space and turn out completely blue on the other end!"

Sounds familiar, doesn't it?

Here are a few of Sally's favorite grays, "I have had good luck with these," she says...

part of sally's famous kitchen
courtesy of cote de texas

Sally's well known kitchen cabinets, above, are Benjamin Moore Fieldstone #1558

Pavilion Gray by Farrow and Ball, above, is
"...a nice light gray for walls," Sally notes.

Downpipe by Farrow and Ball, above,
is Sally's pick for a darker shade of gray.

And three Martin Senor colors that Sally recommends are:

Martin Senour Cindersmoke, above, "a nice dove gray."
image from Sally's site

Martin Senour Baby Hippo, on shelves, above.
Sally notes, "I have used Baby Hippo on built-in shelving and doors, very pretty."
image courtesy of cote de texas

Sally used Martin Senour Column, on the kitchen cabinetry, above,  for "a nice taupey gray."
The kitchen island is painted Martin Senour Baby Hippo.
photo courtesy of cote de texas

Our thanks, Sally, for sharing your grays with us!

Be sure to check out Sally's beautiful website full of wonderful gray interiors...

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