Grey is no longer associated with dull rooms or unpainted walls. With many grey hues on the market today painting your home or commercial premises in a grey colour and have outstanding and quite breathtaking results.
We are using grey in homes and commercial outlets more and more often. Covering plain walls or rejuvenating old wood panelled walls in various hues of grey you can add wow factor to any room. Grey is an ideal background colour as you can add multiple accent colours with your soft furnishings and accessories.
It’s worth buying 4 – 8 tester pots to get the right grey paint covering for your room. With hundreds of different greys to choose ranging from warm greys, cool grey, light and dark greys and contemporary exterior greys becoming popular.
We find pale grey paint is a sophisticated alternative to white in any room of the house. Using grey in a restaurant or similar commercial premises can can make smaller spaces feel roomier especially is you layer the shades, one on top of the other.
Choosing Between Warm and Cool Greys
We understand choosing a colour for your home or commercial building is very personal to you and we all have different ideas of what works and what doesn’t. To narrow the wide spectrum of greys try breaking it down to what category of grey you want between warm and cool greys. Cool greys have more blue undertones, while warm greys are grounded in yellow and brown — similar to “greige,” a combination of grey and beige