I agree with Bud...the darker the better....especially if you are using a Projector. 14 years ago, when I first painted my room, I went with the Gray that was recommended on the forum back then. As time went on, I realized it was no where near dark enough. I'm now on the third Gray in my room, each time darker, and it's still too light. Grays are hard. I've since added some Black Velvet to my Corner bass traps and out about 5' on the side walls. Now that I have that up, the Gray on the walls look even lighter. I think I am going to paint the walls black up to the seating position, only because they will look like a deep dark gray next to the Black Velvet.Looking to paint my theater area. Gray on walls and flat black ceiling. Just wondering if anybody had used gray for their own wall color and can recommend a certain color/paint?
Thanks! I'll get a sample of digital. Home Depot couldn't match SW Tricorn, so they gave me Limo Leather in Behr, which is the blackest black they had.Black front wall and ceiling and gray side and back is a good looking setup. Digital from Behr is a gray with a little on the blue/purple side and looks great with black imho.
@Vince_B, Thank you! My wife and I picked digital out of 5 grays I picked up, and we just got two gallonsBlack front wall and ceiling and gray side and back is a good looking setup. Digital from Behr is a gray with a little on the blue/purple side and looks great with black imho.