If you keep up with the latest trends, you can't help but notice that gray has become the new neutral in the Interior Design market. The new paint color to replace tan, beige, and taupe of the past has evolved into shades of gray. From the lightest and palest hue to the darkest charcoal, gray is all around us. Gray upholstery, drapery, rugs, and accessories have saturated the market. Gray is even become wildly popular in solid surfaces such as tile, marble and granite and is also being used on cabinetry. Cool. crisp, and sophisticated, gray is used in settings that reveal very monochromatic room decor in which every item in the room are shades of the same color. However, if you want to add warmth and pop to the sometimes very serene palette, a bright color thrown into the mix can add much needed excitement. Gray works well along side most strong saturated colors such as lemon yellow, orange, turquoise, red, pinks and even cobalt blue.