I'm looking for help choosing a shade of grey for my HT room walls and flooring.
Long term housguests are vacating my man cave this week. Eventually, I plan to do the full DD+GG+Fabric Frame remodel of the space, but I have had to postpone those plans due to financial constraints.
For now, I will be painting and possibly carpeting the space. Even though it will be temporary, I hope to do a good job of color selection to minimize my frustration of not being able to proceed with my full remodel at this time. In my current makeshift upstairs HT room, the black "screen wall" is really black, which I love, but the grey walls turned out a bit green-ish, even though I tried hard to pick a neutral grey. I very much want to avoid this when painting the downstairs man cave...which will be phase 1 of my HT project.
I'm looking for a neutral grey that will not affect image quality in a light controlled room.
Is there a way to determine the "neutrality" of color samples to ensure I don't pick something blue-ish, green-ish, etc?
The fact that I am considering carpet at this time probably tells you all you need to know about how long I expect to be stuck at this phase.
The current off-white berber carpet is in decent condition, but it is very light colored. Maybe I should look for a black or grey remnant to put down for now.
We have Lowe's, The Home Depot, and Sherwin-Williams here, for what it's worth.
Thanks in advance!