5 Ways You Can Use Grey In Your Homes In 2019

The start of every new year kicks in with better trends, and what’s a better way to refresh all our ideas with some new takes on some of our favorites. All shades of grey have always been an inherent part of interior designing – be it in the form of an accent wall in an industrial ambiance, making a plain feature wall stand out, or more. Further, we’ll be looking at some of the best and freshest ways you can dress your homes in grey in 2019;

 

1. Rugged grey on furniture

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Many people only consider applying grey tones on their walls, but have you ever thought of furniture with grey finish? It’s a unique way to make your homes feel more stylish. Take a look at this bunk bed featuring a rugged grey finish. It looks very fresh, trendy, and unique. It also fills in the gaps nicely against the sophisticated backdrop of white walls all around.

 

2. Statement entrance walls

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Whether you’re lucky enough to own a landed property or have a regular home in Singapore, you can dress the entrance in grey tones to make an instant impact on your visitors. Going all-out industrial grey is a great option. You can see similar results in this image, but if you want to add something more – like mirror accessories, shelves, and statement art – then you’ll certainly be sprucing things up.

 

3. A textured accent wall

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A grey coloured accent wall is a great option – especially when most of your interior design has been articulated in sleek, modern whites. The bathroom in this image is an excellent example of this situation. The shower stall wall has been dressed in beautiful greys with a natural stone texture, while the white ambiance built around it makes it feel even more apparent and stunning.

 

4. Using physical texture

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Physical or tactile texture is an excellent way to introduce trendy grey tones in your home interiors. If you’re struggling with ideas, then take a look at this image. The beautiful charcoal grey tones immediately catch the eye and have a very bold expression. This idea is especially great for large spaces that need a gorgeous statement wall for impact.

 

5. Creating a backdrop

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Creating a bold grey backdrop for your sleek furniture is the perfect way to make your home interiors feel instantly impactful. They make a bold statement and bring out the best in whatever is in the front. Take a look at the dining room set-up in this image. The dark gray backdrop has been carefully selected to enhance the classic textures and modern designing of the dining table in the foreground.

 

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