Have you been tempted to go grey? Grey is still proving popular in fashion and interiors and I must admit it’s grown on me. It’s less stark than white and more interesting than neutral shades, but if you’re still not sure, check out, ‘Grey’, Little Greene‘s latest paint collection. The 28 shades of grey, graduate from pale, almost white tones, through to charcoal, brown and blue-black hues and as always the colours are evocatively named. There’s; Scree, Fescue, Cool Rescue and Rubine Ashes, to name but a few.
The main wall in this modern kitchen is painted in Lamp Black 228, the side wall in Loft White 222 and the flooring in Shallows 223, all from Little Greene’s ‘Grey’ collection, available from 1st October.
Tempted? Here are some more gorgeous grey kitchen schemes to help you decide…
Pale grey walls and a striped linen blind perfectly compliment the charcoal grey wooden cabinetry, in this country kitchen.
Or how about this sleek, sophisticated pale grey scheme?
This kitchen makes a feature of the exposed pipe work by complementing the expanse of metal with a soft grey on the cabinetry.
A chandelier adds a touch of glamour to this double height, grey, country kitchen.
Don’t want to go completely grey? Here, the charcoal grey island has been teamed with sunshine yellow units.
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