Five Pieces of Grey Furniture that Aren’t Painted

Grey Furniture Pieces That Will Last From EF Brannon Chattanooga

Grey furniture is a trend that has found its way into so many homes and it continues to grow in popularity. Why? Because it’s such a versatile neutral! It works well with so many different styles and color palettes and can take on a cool tone or a warm tone. If you want to use this trend in a way that stands the test of time then avoid using too many grey painted pieces and blend them with other grey finishes. Here are five pieces of grey furniture that aren’t painted and have a modern look that lasts. 

Beautiful grey furniture end table piece by Uttermost


A fun alternative to an end table, the Capella has a unique textured finish. With a gold leaf accent trim, this piece is anything but ordinary. Pair it with a cool accent chair to create a stylish spot. 

Sofa by Kincaid for the perfect grey furniture piece.


This pretty settee in Sandstone Grey features a gorgeous wood grain that has some amazing texture. Constructed of solid wood it’s the perfect way to incorporate grey into your living room as an alternative to a love seat. Give it a soft touch with a cozy throw.

Console cabinet by Kincaid is a perfect piece of grey furniture.


A stylish combination of layered textures and wood grain stained in grey the Livingston console is built to add function to any space in your home. Use it as a nightstand, a hall console or an accent piece in any space that needs an update.

Grey furniture door chest piece by Kincaid.


Sleek and so modern the Kent Door Chest will up your style in the bedroom. Grey stain applied with a wire-brush technique paired with chunky, polished metal hardware makes this a piece of furniture that you’ll never want to part with. 

Matthew Buffet by Kincaid adds perfect touch as a grey furniture piece


Bring a soft and airy grey into your dining room with the Matthews buffet. Thanks to a variance of tones this beautiful piece is easy to blend with other furniture in dark or light finishes. Just be sure to choose pieces that have a cool undertone for a seamless flow.


Avoid going overboard with just one type of grey finish if you want your home to have an interesting and layered look. Blend painted pieces with stained furniture and don’t be afraid to mix in some unexpected accent pieces. Visit our design center at EF Brannon Chattanooga to find all these looks and a designer to help you put it all together. 


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