Large room with little natural light
I have a problem...I'm a paint addict! This forum is the first place I go for advice! Can you say constant lurker?? We are currently re-doing a bathroom/bedroom (well, completely adding the bathroom, and paint/renovate bedroom), but you know how it goes, you start one thing and it goes into another! Anyway, our living room is in the center of our very late '70's house and gets very little natural light. The current paint color is Gray Wisp (aka Silver Sage) and you can't tell what color it is! Amazing how the light makes such a difference. My question is, with this issue, should I go with a more saturated color (I'm not afraid of color) or with something completely neutral? My entryway is Valspar "Toadstone" which I love...and is very neutral, so I don't think that's a problem. There is a large stone FP at one end. I would like to get a new sofa, but the current one isn't that old and is a light gold (was a sectional until the dog ate part of a cushion....now it's separated! However, I love so many colors out there I am pretty open to whatever. We tried several different greens and they were terrible. Any help would be greatly appreciated! I may be able to post a pic later today if that would help. I nearly always use BM paint, sometimes SW; the reason I used Valspar was by paint suggestion in House Beautiful several months ago....love House Beautiful, and gosh I miss Domino!