Going Gray

Still riding the wave of public popularity, the color gray is here to stay. Not just used as a exterior paint or roof color, accents of gray are a very welcome addition inside the home. At Ornamental Moulding and Millwork, we know gray. Some of our most popular rustic collection products --- like decorative boards and floating shelves --- include gray hues. What is it about gray that makes us gravitate to it so frequently?

“The color gray unites us, calms us and inspires us,” says Kate Smith, chief color maven at Sensational Color. “The trend toward ‘all things gray’ started about five years ago and shows no sign of slowing down.

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“Gray can be an extremely resourceful color that matches up beautifully with steely tones of blues, soft ivory or even other gray hues such as flint, natural stone and granite. Even in a pure white room, gray woodgrain mouldings add a touch of elegance. Gray is here to stay as a truly versatile color … which is great news for homeowners looking to put forth a feeling of stability, elegance and refinement in their homes.”

Now it’s easier than ever to add a “touch of gray” to your home interiors. At Ornamental Moulding and Millwork we offer a variety of moulding products in prefinished gray whitewood. These include Colonial-style crown and chair rail, Victorian-style baseboard, beaded casing and Colonial-style quarter round finishing pieces. We even have some beautiful handcrafted four-sided bevel edge pieces in grey hardwood to serve as a finishing touch to the rooms in your home.

So go ahead, let your gray show … and know that we have the perfect gray moulding and millwork pieces to create elegant and stately accents for your home.

Whimsey + Celtic |  1604 ,  1608 ,  1605 ,  1610 ,  1606 , 1611,  1607 ,  819D , 1653C

Whimsey + Celtic | 1604, 1608, 1605, 1610, 1606, 1611, 1607, 819D, 1653C