Grey Reflections.

With such varied tones including charcoal, dove and grey marle, this colour may just be the ultimate neutral option for the home. With undertones in brown, blue and green - grey is suitable in all interiors, making it a versatile option. For a fresh feel, choose a cool grey that works well with blues, ash timbers and chrome finishes. To add more warmth to your space, a warm grey mixed with brown leathers, oak and walnut timbers, and gold accents will do the trick. 

A timeless colour, grey is a modern approach to a neutral palette of beige, brown and taupe and a good alternate to white, especially for the walls. Here's a few ways you can introduce this neutral colour into your home.  

Grey looks fabulous on walls. 

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Image two. 'Atlas' Wallpaper in Overcast. 

Image two. 'Atlas' Wallpaper in Overcast. 

Image three. Warm grey paint options.

Image three. Warm grey paint options.

Grey creates an inviting bedroom.

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Image five. Kathleen bedhead by Heatherly Design. 

Image five. Kathleen bedhead by Heatherly Design

Grey adds mood and drama to decorating. 

Image six. 'White Tiger' by Aquabumps.

Image six. 'White Tiger' by Aquabumps.

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Are you a fan of grey? How have you used this neutral colour in your home?

SbyD x