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Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray vs Repose Gray, Revere Pewter & More

Posted on January 21, 2023 by KylieMawdsley

COMPARING AGREEABLE GRAY TO SIMILAR POPULAR SHADES

When choosing the best paint colour for your room, it ALL comes down to one word – COMPARISON. Comparing similar shades shows the difference between colours regarding undertones, depths, and intentions.

COMPARISON IS A VERY IMPORTANT PAINT PICKIN’ TOOL

And because Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray is THE most popular warm gray/greige paint colour, it’s time we made some straight-up comparisons.

How do I KNOW that Agreeable Gray is the BEST? It’s in FOURTH place on SAMPLIZE Peel & Stick’s 200 most popular colours of 2022; the only colours BEATING it are white.

So, without further ado, let’s get this colour party started…

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1. AGREEABLE GRAY vs REPOSE GRAY

There’s no doubt that Repose Gray is one of the most popular gray paint colours (8th place), with Agreeable Gray owning the greige-taupe range (4th place). And in your search for your perfect gray or greige-taupe paint colour, you’ve undoubtedly come across these two popular shades. However, which one is BETTER is subject to opinion.

Light wood flooring, dresser with Sherwin Williams Repose Gray, best warm gray paint color on walls. Kylie M.

If you ask this crazy lil Ginger, it’s a no-brainer – Agreeable Gray is the superior choice to Repose Gray (shown above). HOWEVER, many would disagree. So, let’s see how they compare.

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AGREEABLE GRAY & REPOSE GRAY

  • Agreeable Gray is a bit warmer than Repose, although both are warm neutrals.
  • Agreeable Gray is a touch lighter than Repose Gray. Repose has an LRV of 58; Agreeable’s LRV is 60, so there’s a relatively subtle shift in depth.
  • Agreeable Gray’s undertones are more subtle than Repose Gray’s. Both can grab a violet or green hue, but Agreeable Gray is FAR more vague in its approach.
  • When coordinating with interior finishes, Agreeable Gray suits more interior finishes than Repose Gray.
  • Trends are leaning warmer and away from gray. Agreeable Gray is warmer than Repose Gray, making it a ‘trendier’ colour (but neither is timeless).

But just because I refer to Agreeable Gray WAY more in my day-to-day Colour Consulting doesn’t mean Repose Gray doesn’t have its place…

Light wood floor in hallway with Sherwin Williams warm gray paint color, Repose Gray. Kylie M.

It’s just that Agreeable Gray is a BIT more flexible for the average home and its finishes…

Living room, tall windows and ceilings, Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray, best greige paint colour on walls, oak floor, taupe neutral sofa. Kylie M.

Now don’t get your knickers in a knot – if you already have Repose Gray in your home, good on ya. HOWEVER, if you’re choosing between one and the other, I almost ALWAYS cater to Agreeable Gray over Repose Gray for the above reasons.

DOES REPOSE GRAY GO WITH AGREEABLE GRAY?

YES, Repose Gray and Agreeable Gray can look good in a colour palette together. Now, I wouldn’t put Repose Gray and Agreeable Gray in the same room (helllllls no), but I would consider them for rooms beside each other or in the same home.

WHICH ONE DOES KYLIE M LOVE THE BEST?

Yes, I do like to refer to myself in the third person. And as mentioned earlier, I’ll take Agreeable Gray ANY DAY over Repose Gray. Again, if you have Repose, you do you – it’s a BEAUTIFUL colour for many homes. However, of the popular gray and greige paint colours, Repose Gray is usually the LEAST likely to suit my client’s homes.

Colour Review: Sherwin Williams Repose Gray

2. AGREEABLE GRAY vs ACCESSIBLE BEIGE

On the OTHER side, sliding in with a bit more warmth is Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige. Whereas Agreeable Gray leans into gray, but is a greige/warm gray at heart, Accessible Beige is a BEIGE that leans into gray!

And where Agreeable leads the greige-taupe (and gray) realm, Accessible Beige leads the beige world – but still sits at 18th place overall.

Sherwin Williams best beige paint colour, Accessible Beige, White Dove trim, dark wood flooring, stairs, hand railing, metal spindles, white risers. Kylie M blog

Accessible Beige is STUNNING in this staircase.

But what are the OTHER differences between Agreeable Gray and Accessible Beige? While the shift isn’t DRASTIC, it’s noticeable. And with trends shifting warmer and warmer, you should expect to see more of Accessible Beige in the coming years.

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AGREEABLE GRAY & ACCESSIBLE BEIGE

  • Accessible Beige is a beige, making it warmer than Agreeable Gray, which is a greige-taupe (so it has more gray in it)
  • Accessible Beige has an LRV of 58, to Agreeable Gray’s 60. This means Accessible is a touch darker.
  • Both shades have subtle undertones. Accessible Beige’s undertones are as subtle as Agreeable’s, but AG can grab violet and green (occasionally, blue). Accessible can look slightly orange and rarely green.
  • When it comes to coordinating with today’s (and yesterday’s) interior and exterior finishes, it’s a toss-up. However, for TODAY’s trends, I’m giving the title to Agreeable Gray as being the most flexible.
  • Agreeable Gray is more popular than Accessible Beige, but because one is a greige-taupe and the other is a beige, they have different intentions. If your home SUITS either, I’d go for Agreeable Gray (ask me in two years, and I bet it will be Accessible Beige).
  • Accessible Beige can look awesome in north-facing rooms to balance the cool light. Agreeable Gray CAN look a bit flat/cool in some northern spaces.

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Given the right lighting conditions, these two neutrals can look similar (comparing the photos above and below). But no mistaking it, Accessible Beige is warmer.

Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray, best greige, vaulted ceiling, white trim, ocean or lake view, neutral furniture. Kylie M Edesign

Agreeable Gray is a great choice for this living room.

Dark wood flooring and built-in, Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige, Benjamin Moore White Dove trim, Kylie M paint color blogger

Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige

Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray, best greige wall paint colour, taupe side table, neutral bed linens and home decor. Kylie M

Agreeable Gray is soft and subtle in this guest bedroom.

DOES ACCESSIBLE BEIGE GO WITH AGREEABLE GRAY?

I wouldn’t put these two neutral shades in the same ROOM; I might put them in neighbouring rooms for a layered but subtle neutral palette.

Why the hesitation?

Warm colours are FUSSY about being partnered with colours that are cooler AND lighter than them. While Agreeable Gray is only fractionally lighter, Accessible is sliiiightly uneasy – not enough to stop me from partnering them up, but they’re on edge (Accessible Beige prefers the darker version of Agreeable Gray – Anew Gray).

Sherwin Williams Malabar, Rivers Edge, Natural Linen, Kilim Beige, Accessible Beige, different comparing warm neutrals. Kylie M.

Compared to ‘traditional beige paint colours‘, look at how MUTED Accessible Beige is in the above photo –  it hardly looks beige at all.

WHICH ONE DOES KYLIE M LOVE THE BEST?

With trends leaning warmer – and my personal preferences leaning this way as well, my vote goes to Accessible Beige.

BTW, my site is 99.9% powered by my E-Design client’s photos – thank you, everyone! This helps me to show you REAL homes, keeping things relatable and REAL.

Paint Colour Review: Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige SW 7036

Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray FULL Paint Colour Review

3. AGREEABLE GRAY vs REVERE PEWTER

AHHHH, the titans of the neutral world! Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter is one POPULAR shade of gray (subtle greige). However, when I look at SAMPLIZE Peel & Stick’s 200 most popular colours, Revere Pewter is in 9th place to Agreeable’s 4th.

Benjamin Moore White Dove, Revere Pewter painted grey interior doors, slate dark gray tile floor, white oak floor, wood hand rail, black spindle. Kylie M Interiors Edesign

Yes, that is a very narrow door – but it looks GREAT in Revere Pewter! 

But is there a noticeable difference between Agreeable Gray and Revere Pewter? You bet your BOOTY there is (coming from a booty that’s been bet on MANY a’ time).

Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray best paint colour for off-white greige taupe warm kitchen cabinets, White Macaubus quartz countertops, black hardware. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, diy update idewas

Both Agreeable Gray (above) and Revere Pewter are AWESOME cabinet colours.

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AGREEABLE GRAY & REVERE PEWTER

  • Revere Pewter can look a bit WARMER than Agreeable Gray, but it depends on the surroundings, exposures and interior finishes.
  • Agreeable Gray (LRV 60) is lighter than Revere Pewter (55) by approximately one shade. This bit more depth is one thing that contributes to Revere Pewter looking a bit warmer at times.
  • Revere Pewter favours a green undertone that can be MORE noticeable than Agreeable’s ‘barely there’ hues (remember, every gray has undertones!).
  • Hands down, Agreeable Gray is a more flexible shade that suits a wider range of finishes. This is because of its more muted undertones.
  • Agreeable Gray is more popular than Revere Pewter, LIKELY because of its lighter approach (Revere Pewter can come off a touch heavy in some spaces).
  • Agreeable is better suited to darker spaces and hallways, although both can look heavy without adequate light. Both spaces suit a room with south-facing light for balance without going super gray.

Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter, staircase with red toned oak flooring, white and wood railing, wainscoting. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, online consulting blogger

The EVER-lovely, Revere Pewter

DO AGREEABLE GRAY & REVERE PEWTER GO TOGETHER?

Do these two shades look good together? Ermmmm. No. They’re competing for the same position, and if you ask me (which you kind of are, btw), one is doing a better job (AG).

WHICH ONE DOES KYLIE M LOVE THE BEST?

Oh, MAN, I was afraid you’d ask this. Okay…by a slim margin, I have to say Revere Pewter, as I love its muddiness and subtle green hue. I even have Revere Pewter on my kitchen cabinets…

Revere Pewter kitchen cabinets, Cambria Brittanica warm quartz, URbane Bronze island, oak wood floor. Kylie M Interiors Edesign (1)

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Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter’s Paint Colour Review

4. AGREEABLE GRAY vs EDGECOMB GRAY

I’m always excited to compare Agreeable Gray and Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray (this being said, I’m easily excitable).

Why?

These two are often at the TOP of the list when my clients mention the ‘colours they’re considering’. And really, they’re doing the SAME THING, just hitting different ends of the greige-taupe scale.

Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray (Baby Fawn) stone fireplace. Kylie M INteriors Edesign, client photo

I looooove me some Edgecomb Gray – ANY DAY OF THE WEEK! 

What about the SAMPLIZE Peel & Stick scale? Again, Agreeable Gray is in a hot 4th place, whereas Edgecomb Gray comes SURPRISINGLY in 16th place.

Why is this surprising? Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray has been a HOT colour in my previous six months of work, and I’m sure we’ll see more of it as trends lean warmer.

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THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AGREEABLE GRAY & EDGECOMB GRAY

  • Edgecomb Gray is much warmer than Agreeable Gray, making AG look GRAY in comparison – this is the scale I was referring to. Edgecomb is a greige-taupe that leans WARMER; Agreeable is a greige-taupe that leans HARD into gray (Greige vs Taupe: What’s the Big Difference?).
  • The LRV (depth) of Edgecomb Gray is 63, putting it a little shot lighter than Agreeable Gray’s LRV of 60.
  • Both colours are NOT COMMITTED to any one undertone in particular and can flex depending on their surroundings. However, whereas Agreeable Gray most often flashes violet or green, Edgecomb is likelier to wink at green or pink.
  • Which one is easier to coordinate with? Now THAT’S a big question. I’d say I’m 50/50 in my day-to-day Colour Consulting.
  • As for which one is more popular, when given the choice (when their room can handle EITHER), MORE people seem to choose Edgecomb, contrary to what the SAMPLIZE stats show.
  • With trends leaning warmer, you should expect to see more of Edgecomb Gray – but will it take the TITLE in the next few years? We’ll see!

Living room, tan sectional sofa, cream trim and fireplace, dark wood flooring. Edgecomb Gray neutral by Benjamin Moore. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, diy online advice

Edgecomb Gray in a transitional style living room

Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray in farmhouse, country style dining room, dark wood. Paint colour Kylie M E-design,

Agreeable Gray in a rustic farmhouse dining room

WHICH ONE DOES KYLIE M LOVE THE BEST?

Awwww, thanks for asking! Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray has my heart – no doubt about it.

Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray’s Paint Colour Review

Long hallway foyer, beige off white tile floor, Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray 25 lightened, arched doorway

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5. AGREEABLE GRAY vs CLASSIC GRAY

My clients often mention Agreeable Gray and Benjamin Moore Classic Gray in the same sentence, for good reason. These two popular neutral shades have one BIG difference and quite a few similarities!

Which one is in the lead for the TOP SPOT? Classic Gray is in 12th place, which is pretty smokin’ compared to the 5000+ colours behind it.

Benjamin Moore Classic Gray best warm gray taupe paint colour, dark wood furniture, bedroom. KYlie M

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AGREEABLE GRAY & CLASSIC GRAY

  • I wouldn’t say that one is overly warmer than the other – they both have the potential to shift HARD into gray in certain exposures and lean surprisingly warm in others!
  • Classic Gray has an LRV of almost 74, putting it a SOLID shade or two above AG at 60. In fact, Agreeable is in the light range, and Classic Gray is an OFF-WHITE (learn about LRV).
  • Classic Gray’s undertones are slightly violet (violet-pink) and not inclined to grab green. Of the two, Agreeable Gray is more likely to grab green.
  • As for flexibility – both are FAR more flexible than me. One of the main differences is how they partner with white trim. Classic Gray is MUCH fussier about its white trim partners, whereas Agreeable Gray can handle a few more soft whites (as well as brighter ones).

Benjamin Moore Classic Gray: Paint Colour Review

Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray FULL Paint Colour Review

DO AGREEABLE GRAY & CLASSIC GRAY GO TOGETHER?

You bet they do. While they can be a BIT touchy in the same room, they’re quite happy in adjoining rooms.

Kylie M Interiors Edesign, oak cabinets painted Sherwin Williams Pure White Cybersapce, white quartz countertop subway tile backsplash. Black appliances. Agreeable Gray paint color

Agreeable Gray on the door and trim, Classic Gray on the walls.

WHICH ONE DOES KYLIE M LOVE THE BEST?

I love Classic Gray…a lot, but this time, it’s Agreeable Gray’s flexible depth that puts it in the top spot.

Benjamin Moore’s Classic Gray Paint Colour Review

6. AGREEABLE GRAY vs COLLINGWOOD

Benjamin Moore Collingwood is the MOST SIMILAR to Agreeable Gray – no doubt about it. But there is no PERFECT match between brands, so let’s see what these two popular shades have up their sleeves…

Benjamin Moore Simply White , Collingwood gray walls, oak flooring, Kylie M Interiors Edesign, (3)

Benjamin Moore Collingwood with Simply White trim

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AGREEABLE GRAY & COLLINGWOOD

  • Collingwood is at a surprising 41st place compared to Agreeable’s 4th. This surprises me as Collingwood is EQUALLY as awesome.
  • Collingwood can come off a TOUCH warmer than Agreeable, but both are darn similar.
  • Both can be open to interpretation as to whether they’re warm gray or taupe-greige.
  • With an LRV of 62 (right on my happy place), Collingwood is a TOUCH lighter (learn about LRV!).
  • The BIG difference is that Collingwood favours a violet undertone. Agreeable Gray has a bit less undertone and can go green or violet – its reduced undertone is probably why it’s more popular.
  • As for versatility, they’re both VERY versatile, suiting a wide range of finishes.

Split-level home, beige taupe carpet, Benjamin Moore Collingwood walls, white trim, livingroom and staircase. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, home update ideas and diy decorating blogger (3)

WHICH ONE DOES KYLIE M LOVE THE BEST?

I don’t have a favourite between these two; they both hold a solid place in the cockles of my heart (wherever those are). It’s just a matter of whether that tiny touch of violet is needed (if it is, Collingwood’s the winner-winner chicken dinner. If not, Agreeable is the one).

Benjamin Moore Collingwood – Paint Colour Review

7. AGREEABLE GRAY vs WORLDLY GRAY

Okay, now we’re just splittin’ hairs. Seriously though, there IS an important difference between these two shades.

Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray, south facing room. Lake cabin. Kylie M Interiors, online paint color. Diy decor and paint color blogger.jpg

Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray in a guest bunk room

First, Agreeable Gray is HUGELY popular compared to Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray. Compared to Agreeable’s 4th place, Worldly Gray’s 45th place is a little lacklustre. But considering this is out of 5000+ paint colours – 45th ain’t so shabby.

E-design, e-decor online color consultation with Kylie M Interiors. Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray in a farmhouse style dining room with wood beams, flooring and bench

Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray with dark wood beams

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AGREEABLE GRAY & WORLDLY GRAY

  • Worldly Gray is WARMER than Agreeable Gray. So, whereas Agreeable Gray can pass as a warm gray, Worldly Gray isn’t as inclined.
  • Worldly Gray has more meat on its bones with an LRV of 57, to Agreeable’s 60. This makes Worldly Gray about a half shade or so darker.
  • Agreeable Gray has flexible undertones, whereas Wordly Gray isn’t HARDCORE; it does have weeee bit more preference for a green hue.
  • No question, Agreeable is FAR more flexible than Worldly Gray when it comes to coordinating with popular interior finishes (due to its minimal undertone).

Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray Paint Colour Review

PEOPLE ALSO ASK THIS ABOUT AGREEABLE GRAY…

With its popularity, there are a LOT of questions surrounding Agreeable Gray. Here are some answers!

WHAT PAINT COLOUR IS SIMILAR TO BUT LIGHTER THAN AGREEABLE GRAY?

Benjamin Moore Classic Gray has a very similar look to Agreeable Gray but is far less likely to grab green (keeping in mind that AG doesn’t grab it often either).

Paint Colour Review of Benjamin Moore Classic Gray

WHAT PAINT COLOUR IS SIMILAR TO AGREEABLE GRAY BUT DARKER?

Sherwin Williams Anew Gray is a bit darker than Agreeable Gray, with an LRV of 47. With its increased depth, it’s also a touch warmer.

Sherwin Williams Anew Gray Paint Colour Review

WHAT IS THE BENJAMIN MOORE EQUIVALENT TO AGREEABLE GRAY – WHICH COLOUR IS MOST SIMILAR?

Benjamin Moore Collingwood is the closest match to Agreeable Gray, but as explained above, shifts in undertone and LRV are the main differences.

Benjamin Moore Collingwood Paint Colour Review

WILL AGREEABLE GRAY BE TOO BEIGE OR TOO GRAY?

This question is open to perception. Agreeable Gray is hardly EVER too beige for my clients but is occasionally too gray. If your room is north-facing, you might need a bit more warmth. However, it can be a GREAT moderator for an overly warm south-facing space!

IS AGREEABLE GRAY A GOOD COLOUR FOR KITCHEN CABINETS?

HECK, yes, Agreeable Gray is a GORGEOUS cabinet colour, as long as it suits the surrounding finishes (countertop, flooring, wall colour, etc…), as shown in this kitchen below…

Kitchen with built-in eating bench in nook, cabinets painted Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray, warm greige taupe paint color, Pure White walls. Kylie M Interiors Edesign

To learn MORE about Agreeable Gray, check out its ONE-ON-ONE interview HERE.

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Comments

  1. I definitely have quite a bit of experience with Agreeable Gray, Anew Gray, and Repose Gray. I am choosing Agreeable Gray for my husband’s office that faces north. I have a rug that is a modern mixed pattern (kind of blotchy) that has a gray/green tint that is moving into that room and that is why. Repose Gray is in our guest bedroom (formerly our son’s bedroom.) It works well there and leans a definite blue because it gets good strong sunlight for half of the day.

    You’ve inspired me to finally get down to painting that office space! Thanks for another fantastic, comprehensive review of these varying shades of gray/greige!

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      WAHOO, sometimes you just need that little push to get some paint on those walls – even I need it sometimes! I’m so glad you found it helpful :).

  2. This is hands down one of your all time BEST posts. I hope you get hired by HGTV one day! You are truly fantastic at what you do. LOVE, LOVE L O V E yoir content!

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  3. Great post, as always, thanks Kylie! Question — can you direct me to information you have about lightening a color, in particular, when does lightening change the undertones? Is it after lighter by 25%, 50%, always, etc. I saw a blog post from last year where the person was saying that a new trend for builders is painting a whole house a “barely there” color (rather than using white or off white) and she suggested lightening several colors in the pictures by 25% to get the effect of the rooms she showed. So would lightening Revere Pewter by 25% or 50% give you something closer to Agreeable Gray depth? Or should you switch to another color if you want to go beyond a certain percentage? Hope that makes sense!

  4. Hi Kylie! Love your blog.
    We’re in the midst of revamping some of the rooms in our 1875 four square and I’m lost with neutrals. The room I’m mostly lost on is the bathroom. Some things to note:
    -I’m 100% painting the vanity BM Galapagos Green
    -bath/shower is white
    -floors are white with taupe/neutral marbling-
    -countertop is TBD but likely white or a white “stone” laminate with neutral flecks
    -This room is north facing and gets good light as it has a large window
    -I tried BM Edgecomb grey thinking I’d love it and it looks way too light and “cream” on the walls
    Any ideas on an awesome light/medium depth neutral to go with the white-whites and green?
    Thank you!

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      Hey Carli, it’s SUPER hard to say without seeing the room, but maybe you’d like SW Anew Gray/Requisite Gray/Versatile Gray? They definitely have some more depth to them!

  5. I referred to your blog quite a bit prior to repainting our interior walls. It was very informative, thank you for sharing! We definitely wanted a warmer gray to replace the 2000s beige / antique white Tuscan extravaganza. Ultimately I went with sw skyline steel, a color that I found few writeups on line for. For us, hit the right level of warmth without going too greige or muddy looking. Undertones have been minimal. Paired with sw pure white trim. Anyway, might be a color you’d find interesting.

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  6. Have a 1926 tudor. Painting my 3 floor hall in Collingwood, The master bedroom which has a full wall of white built in closet/drawers I’m liking bone black, I’m looking to do an accent wall, what would you recommend that would compliment bone black. The master bathroom I was thinking of san antonio.
    Thank You, Maria

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