Going grey the right way
People are still totally loving grey interiors and accessories in 2022, it’s set to stay and here we tell you why:
Grey is a deeply versatile shade that suits any interior style. Grey is both neutral and sophisticated adding a natural Scandi and trendy vibe to your home. Being so versatile grey makes a beautiful backdrop which can really make other colours pop from bright pinks to pastel hues.
Whether it’s used as a wall colour in your living area or as a contrast to colourful hues, grey is adds a feeling of cosiness and there are so many tones to choose from – from a pale silver to deeper slate greys, it can be a real statement. Of course, not to forget, grey accessories and furniture literally can be matched with any colour. Here are a few of our favourite grey accessories.
Light grey velvet
This velvet grey contemporary dining chair has a painted metal finish and adds a sophisticated touch to any room.
This super trendy large knot cushion could be used as a pouffe and adds a touch of hygge to your living room. It is made from 70% acrylic, 30% wool, Filling 50% polyester, 50% polyurethane.
Channelling a timeless appeal and soothing spirit in gentle hues, the Ines Cushion flaunts a silken sheen and would work wonderfully with clean, crisp white.
This rich and elegant slate grey hue joins Smeg’s extensive SDA colour range. Whether you are looking to create a focal point within your kitchen or introduce an industrial style to your space, slate grey is a unique but extremely easy shade to work with.
An eye-catching square timepiece which will fit with a variety of decor schemes. The white metal roman numerals and movement gains great stand-out against its grey painted wood surround.
Dior Maison candles, adorned with the iconic Cannage motif, are reinvented with a series of new, refined fragrances. A true awakening of the senses, each of these exceptional creations exudes a unique scent.
I think we can all agree that grey is timeless and will always be in fashion. Lighter colour greys work best with silver and chrome to create a fresh look, and darker colour greys work extremely well with gold and brass metals to create a luxurious look.
Posted by: Sarah Dixon | Posted on: March 23, 2022 | Posted in: INTERIORS