Cool gray, like its other gray counterparts, contains both black and white. However, unlike its counterparts, it also contains hints of blue, which gives it its steely, turbulent edge. Cool gray is timeless and steady, making it the perfect backdrop for just about any space in your home. It also happens to serve as the ideal setting to highlight your most valuable and colorful accents. Because it's a neutral, cool gray is versatile. Though gray is stereotypically a serious color, it can be made cheerful with the right elements. For instance, if you paint your kitchen cabinets this deep color, pair them with a backsplash of either white or turquoise tile. For a more sophisticated eating area, paint both walls and molding in a deep cool gray and the trim white. Feature a rustic dining table and pair it with oval-back chairs in cream and a chandelier to add an elegant touch. Use cool gray in your entryway and add gold elements to make your home feel instantly upscale. Cover your bedroom walls in a cool gray textured wallpaper and weave in accents of cream and fuchsia to bring life and color to the room in a subtle and reserved manner. Cool gray can be whatever you want it to be. Pair it with the right colors and textures to create a space that suits your home's unique personality.