It is tough to stay upbeat and affirmative in these grey days of February and March.
Everything around you is so colorless and depressing, with the watery skies and bleak countryside.
But grey is the color to use these days, it is very much in vogue. This magnificent shade of nature looks really cosy and soothing when used in home interior decoration.
Shades of grey used in interiors often go hand in hand, and this can also be applied to these misty tones, to create atmosphere. This color has been taking a slow but sure upward climb in its desirability.
People seem to have been spellbound and mesmerized with this shade in the paint aisles that had never been thought of as one of the natural choices before.
Do not get carried away by the daunting feel of grey, blindly assuming that’s it is a lifeless color to live with.
Pale shades of grey go beautifully well with whites. It gives a delicate contrast as opposed to the oh-so-prominent striking usual contrast combinations. To give a retro effect, you can team it up with reds and natural woods.
Blue, if used cleverly with grey and some warm dark woods gives the room a striking Oriental feel. On the other hand, darker shades of grey work excellently with zesty citrus tones.
You can also opt for a textured look if you feel that plain greys look too cold. It would add a warmer and softer touch to your interiors.