White and grey is a color combination that is seldom explored to its full potential. People generally go for either black and white or simply grey. Since it’s an unusual combination, it can be slightly challenging to execute in a professional manner. You can highlight both tones with wooden trimmings or glass designs. It’s quite a tasteful combination and looks extremely well in small style HDB interior designs. Let’s take a look at 5 amazing white and grey interiors for your inspiration.
1. The lightest touch
Sometimes, just a simple touch of grey is all you need to make the whites pop. If you take a look at this interior design, you’ll notice how the slate grey bed covers are just enough to make the surroundings stand out even more. The touches of warm wood add a lightly rustic and comfortable appeal to an otherwise modern design.
2. Dominantly grey
If you want the grey to be dominant in your interior design, then you need to use the lightest shade possible. If you can find tiles with slight textures, then that can be an added bonus. You can use white fixture or decorative elements to counter balance the dullness of grey. If done right, the end result can be extremely tasteful.
3. Just a shade darker
There are many different hues of both white and grey – each one of them features a completely different aesthetic. This particular grey and white kitchen interior is comprised of shadow grey subway tiles and topped off with white cabinet backsplash and countertop. The end result is quite stunning. It offers unique but tasteful visuals that instantly hook the eye.
4. Try to understated
If you’re one to prefer breezy elegance, then you should definitely use white in a larger capacity as compared to the greys. In fact, you can use greys in a completely understated capacity – maybe in the simple décor or trinkets. The resulting aesthetic is extremely spacious, chic and comfortable at the same time.
5. In differing dimensions
Alternately using white and grey in different dimensions of the room can imbue an interesting effect in the overall space. If the floor is grey, the walls can be white and vice versa. This alternating way of surface application can make the space look extremely engaging and trendy at the same time.