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Can grey go with everything? Find out!

Gorgeous grey has made a comeback in recent years because let’s face it, it’s a colour that goes with pretty much everything. Grey is becoming the go-to colour for blinds (and many other home furnishings) because of its neutral and calming hues that create long-lasting looks that work in any room of the house.

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Take a moment to think about how many shades of grey there are… While at first glance, it may not seem like it, there are, in fact, countless options. From deep charcoal to the pale dove and even blue, lilac and green-tinged greys, there’s an entire palette of grey out there that many haven’t yet discovered.

Can grey go with everything?, Can grey go with everything? Find out!, Made-to-Measure Window Blinds Direct

A Thousand Shades of Grey

But at BlindzOnline, we know our greys, and we’ve got you covered. Not only do we specialise in a range of quality and durable blinds, but we also love the diverse colour grey and the many shades that it comes in. We believe that grey is the new neutral with many people choosing a grey blind over magnolia these days, and the same goes for walls and soft furnishings too. 

Charcoal blinds work well with any style or design choice in a home. By simply throwing a little texture or a pattern into the mix, you can really create a style statement without being too bold. And whether you like it or not, the smokey trend is here to stay, with the colour now a staple in many homes across the country. So, if you’re ready to go grey, which shade will you choose?

A Versatile Shade

We’ve pretty much established by now that this is a versatile shade for home interiors and blinds. But why does it work so brilliantly? Well, it’s a clean and understated colour that mixes with ease with the palest pastels or boldest brights. It doesn’t matter if you’re rustic living in the country or living it up in the city; charcoal interiors work.

Examples of using a grey colour palette in the home:

  • Accentuate your traditional period property living room with a roman blind from top to bottom
  • Compliment your bedroom feature wall with a stripe blind combined with grey walls and shabby chic furniture
  • Keep it classy with soft blinds throughout your home
  • Patterned curtains and block colour furniture can create a stylish and modern living space.

Once upon a time, and not so long ago, designers, fashionistas and anybody who was anybody would claim that neutral colours such as beige, magnolia and even white were the colours of the future. But times have changed, these now seem outdated, and grey is definitely the way forward.

So, the answer is yes! Grey really does go with everything when it comes to your blinds and home décor. To see our entire range of high-quality blinds from roller to blackout, have a browse on the BlindzOnline website. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions – we’re here to help

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