Monday, July 18, 2016

How to use Grey in Interior Decor

Delighted to share with you that we were invited to give our Top 3 Tips on "How to use grey in Interior Decor" and our post was published on the Discern Living website, a one stop destination for Home Decor & Interior Design. The cover pic featured our work from the Berryman project completed in Mississauga and we couldn't be more happier.

See an excerpt from the post here below and head over to the link to see the other tips on using grey in paint colors, furniture and accessories. The color grey is still very popular and is popping up not just in living rooms and bedrooms but nurseries too. It can be injected not just on walls but in art and accessories too.

Tip 1: How would you use grey in a home?  
Grey is one of the most popular neutral colours for a home. The palette offers a variety of shades and tones, ranging from a cool, bluish grey to a warm taupe-like grey. Introducing grey into your home is fairly easy when it is paired with lighter colours like blush pink, mint green or white. Try injecting these punches of colour through the artwork, cushions, drapery and rugs.

As pink is one of the Pantone colours of 2016 (Rose Quartz, to be more precise), it is already having its moment in the spotlight. While it may seem like a difficult colour to bring into the home due to its reputation as an overtly girly shade, it works very well when paired with grey. A great example of this pairing is seen below, where the pink and peach is used sparingly in the wall decor, rugs and cushions, helping to turn this space into a light-filled, cosy corner.

See Tips 2 & 3 on the Discern Living site HERE.

Thank you so much to Priyanka and the team at Discern Living for inviting us to share our expertise and be a part of the Discern Living vision.

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