Grey Stone Wall

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If you want to take a love of exposed brick to the next level, then just wait until you see our gallery of 33 stunning interior stone wall ideas. They say “a man’s home is his castle,” and you’ll definitely feel like your home is a castle if you implement any of these exceptional designs. To see where stone might fit in your home, just read on. While stone seems like a natural choice for homes of a certain size and style, you might be surprised by how effortlessly it can also be integrated into more modern (or even cottage) decors.

  • 28. Gothic Interior Stone Wall Ideas

    For a real showstopper, consider installing a stone wall floor-to-ceiling behind a modernist staircase. If you’re looking for a more subtle way to add stone, then a stone backsplash in the kitchen is classic.

  • 26. Egyptian Revival Sophistication with Stone Insets

    Our list of interior stone wall ideas has something for every room and most budgets. Replace a dated, painted accent wall with stone. Make your bathroom feel like a real underground spring with stone. Or, play up the earthy character of your fireplace by surrounding it in textural stone.

  • 16. Mixed Color Stone Tile Modernist Fireplace

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  • 23. A Bath by the Fire

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  • 14. Classic Italian Brick Kitchen Arch

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  • 27. Pretty Cottage Style Slab Wall


  • 5. Interior Stone Wall Ideas for Nooks


  • 24. A Rustic Home in Ruins

    In this light and airy open concept home by Benni Amadi Interiors, a San Francisco, California based interior design company, walls in a paint color that resembles Passive by Sherwin-Williams throw focus on the pale furnishings. What we love best about this slightly taupe-y shade is that it pairs beautifully with warm wood tones as shown. Painting the ceiling and door white adds a little architectural interest to the boxy space.

  • 19. Surprisingly Airy All Stone Kitchen

    From the walls to cabinetry gray is the dominant color in this traditional cooking space by Kate Roos Design out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Combining different shades of gray add depth to the kitchen. The walls and floor are a lighter shade of gray, which makes the narrow space appear wider.

  • 21. Design Your Own Grand Hall

    Cool gray walls give this retro-inspired small bathroom by Kate Roos Design based in Minneapolis, Minnesota a modern twist. The paint color has a pinch of blue, which coordinates beautifully with the dark wood cabinetry and hexagon marble tile.

  • 30. Textural Sandstone Living Room Design

    We adore this modern farmhouse inspired dining room by Studio McGee based in Utah. The walls are a shade called Classic Gray, and on the crown molding is Simply White both by Benjamin Moore. The pales hues provide a subtle backdrop which does not upstage the furnishings. The design team did not want the space to feel fussy, so they went with a casual, wood dining table set and a simple, shabby chic inspired chandelier.

  • 12. A Little Bit of Paradise Outdoor Shower

    Greenish-gray walls transform a basement guest room into a welcoming space in this home remodeled by Utah based interior design firm, Studio McGee. The paint color beautifully unifies all the colors in the room from the neutral furnishings and green and blue decorative accessories. It might surprise you, but the shiplap ceiling is on the low side, but painting it white creates the illusion of extra height.

  • 7. Rustic Exposed Beam and Quarry Stone Bedroom

    Here light gray walls create a backdrop for an eclectic art collection in a home by Michelle Gage, an interior designer based in Villanova, Pennsylvania. The walls have a pinch of blue, which subtly picks up the blue, green and yellow tones throughout the room.

  • 8. Modern Design Meets Natural Beauty

    If covering all of your walls with wallpaper sounds overwhelming you can split the difference with paint. In this vintage-inspired bedroom by Michelle Gage half the room was covered with patterned wallpaper while the other half was painted light gray. The result creates an eclectic vibe that does not overwhelm the space with pattern.

  • 31. All the Best Natural Building Materials

    Create a monochromatic space by combining a broad range of gray, black, and white tones as shown in this bachelorette pad by Chicago, Illinois based Third Coast Interiors. The light gray walls were given a bit of oomph with charcoal gray crown molding.

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