Grey certainly is a interior colour that is here to stay. And the best bit, its a colour that can easily be paired with pretty much any other colour! Whilst an all grey home might be to Mrs Hinch’s taste, Grey can be a very drowning and bland colour to have across your entire home. In a space which lacks light, grey can be the worst colour to use. And in a home with lots of different rooms and purpose, it can create a home that lacks character.
Since grey is a colour with so much potential, it wouldn’t be hard to spruce it up, and create more interest and depth into your home by incorporating some more colour, aside from the grey.
Now, whilst you might think from the previous statements that I dislike Grey, lemme say I don’t. I love it. It’s complimenting, gender neutral and a truly versatile shade. I have it all across my home, and is actually my red thread. However, I have paired it with different shades and colours to create different environments in my home, whilst feeling in sync too.
I truly believe, since adding some real colour into my own home, that every home needs the same. So, here’s just one of the many gorgeous accompanying colours to consider when wanting to spruce up your grey home palette.
One of my most popular combinations has to be blush and grey. I have used it in both my master bedroom and lounge area and with great success – even for a husband that likes to be in touch with his masculine based colours.
It’s an easy colour pairing to pull off and it works well in any space across your home. And like other colour palettes, darker colours can be incorporated into the space too, especially in the darker months. With Grey being real popular, and pink being a constant staple, it’s pretty easy to shop too.
Here’s some perfect purchases to make to implement a blush and grey scheme in your home.