How To Use Greige at Home
The good news is that Greige suits pretty much any room - studies, lounges, bedrooms, dark rooms, light ones... name it. Here are a few ways you can use Greige paint of various shades in your home. Thank us later.
Greige in your lounge
Sunday Soul, Image by @live_by_george
The lounge is usually a grown-up room for socialising and relaxation. It needs to be comforting and cosy, but ready to impress guests on demand. Paint your wall a rich shade of Greige - Sunday Soul and Good intentions are great choices - and use soft furnishings and accessories to shift the room's mood when needed. Need a calming oasis after a long day's work? Add a warm coloured throw to your sofa, and use accent lighting. Want to impress your guests? Get some plants and sanctimonious coffee table books - and invest in some seriously statement cushions too.
A paler shade of Sunday Soul is Good Intentions, the softer element of which works so well in children's bedrooms too.
Good Intentions, Image by @the.wests.nest_
Greige in your Kitchen and Dining Area
Kind Regards, Images by @chequerfield
Greige In the Home Office
Decorating your home office or work space can be a tricky one. You’re in there for a lot of the time (soz), so it should be a space you like and feel comfortable in. Yet some heavy or dark colours risks it feeling oppressive (or raising eyebrows on your zoom meetings). Again, Greige paint is the friendly character that's here to help. The Grey tones will keep the room feeling fresh and natural but the hint of warmth from the Beige will act as a cosy reminder that you're at home, after all.
Sunday Soul, Image by @my_grey_place
Greige in the Bedroom
Last but definitely not least, here are a few tips on using Greige in the bedroom. The bedroom is truly your space so it needs to be a space you want to spend time in, with your own character. It also needs to feel calm enough to provide you with much needed rest and recuperation. Certain colours trigger your brain and eye movement, like bright colours and neons, so you should probably steer clear of these for bedrooms! A neutral Greige like the rich Sunday Soul gives you a depth of colour that's noticeable but nicely hushed, and can act as the backdrop to any bolder colours or patterns you might want to bring in with artwork or soft furnishings. It's timeless, and you'll sleep easy.
Sunday Soul, Images by @studio.lawrence
We're big Greige fans, as you can probably tell. Classy, timeless and never clinical. Grab your own lot of Greige paint now.