50 Shades of Gray.... although I hear the prose was a little questionable, and I'm not really one for S and M, maybe E.L. James was on to something. Gray is often overlooked by the masses as a "drab" neutral. Why use gray when you can use sexy whites, carmels, or luxurious black? To me, the beauty of gray is it's versatility. It can be used as a neutral amongst bolder colors, or it can be mixed in well within a neutral room of blacks and whites.
See more risque shades of gray after the jump!
Do you prefer your grays light and airy or deep and sexy? Unfortunately, (or fortunately) I can't decide.