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Grey is among the key neutrals used in interior design today, and with good reason. It looks fantastic in all kinds of spaces, from classic to cutting edge. The secret is knowing how to combine it with the rest of the chromatic scale, so we’re sharing some ideas with you.
Pink, the stereotype-smashing colour
Having shaken off its labels and cute connotations, pink is now an essential colour in the coolest interiors. In fact, it’s the perfect tone to soften up a sombre, grey-led space. Use pink and show that it has nothing to do with gender and everything to do with style.
Yellow and grey, the coolest couple around
If you’ve chosen grey for your home and want to bring every room up to the minute, you’re in luck. Pantone has chosen Ultimate Grey as its colour of the year, along with Illuminating Yellow. So, just add some yellow accessories and marvel at what a great couple they make.
Grey, the ultimate foundation
The best thing about neutral colours is that you can give your home a radical makeover without changing your base. Grey is ready for anything, including the most special occasions – add a touch of glam with gold or silver and be dazzled by the look.
The Scandi style must-have
Nordic style is still a huge trend, topping the charts for all kinds of interior spaces, especially smaller ones. Combined with white, grey can brighten up the mood and add a sensation of spaciousness.
Fortune favours the bold
If you’re like us and want to push the envelope, we recommend discovering new ways to mix and match the colour grey. Make up your own rules and set your own trends by creating spaces where grey cohabits with all kinds of different colours.