Shades Of Grey
Whether you prefer a hard grey living room shade or you want to add a touch of cool grey to your bedroom, decorating with grey can invigorate a space. Sure, grey is rarely put in the same sentence as tepid and urbane; however, it can be those things and more.
From pale grey to pewter, the color has become evermore popular in interior design circles and for a good reason. When combined with soft furnishings, textures, patterns, and other accent colors, grey rules! It produces a cozy, tranquil, yet modernistic atmosphere regardless of the type of room.
This state-of-the-art living room by DEKAA, is absorbed in grey; however, the blanch grey walls lessen the intensity. The room is spacious, modest, yet spectacular in a distinctive way. Perhaps it’s the plush cushions of the modular sofa, or the floor to ceiling dramatic drapes, or the large windows. Or, perhaps it’s all three combined with the soft wood floor and pale grey accent rug. It’s charismatic and seductive.
The table and chairs are part of the space, but manage to establish a cozy corner that’s subtle yet the height of sophistication. The pewter shade of grey creates a metal caricature while the hearth is concealed among the simplicity of the décor. It’s sparse, immaculate, yet exquisite.
The bathroom goes into another color scheme altogether, but blends perfectly with the overall grey theme manifest throughout the residence. Sleek walls and fixtures accented by a black glazed wall is chic, practical, and minimalist.
Kitchen areas should be easy to maintain, and this kitchen space is not only easy to maintain, the design is contemporary with a splash of the surreal. The necessities like the stove top, sink, and exhaust fan are veiled. The design exudes an au courant concept. Everything is accessible albeit in a decorous manner. Take for example the small working station. You would never think it’s there! But voilà, open a handle-less door and an automatic workstation materializes. The conceptualization is superb!
The bedroom is exiguous, yet comfy. Subtle lighting, a fluffy duvet, cushioned headboard, and lovely drapes, soften the atmosphere. It’s reposeful and relaxing.
The grey concept throughout this residence has an interesting psychological aspect. Grey is viewed as the color that has no affirmative qualities, a color conciliatory hue of sorts. It’s used to conceal, to divert, to restrict. Given its essential absence of color, it attracts no attention to itself. This description suits this home perfectly.
This home is purposely designed to inspire reflection. It’s designed for functionality and practical performance. It’s a reflection of astute concepts with remarkable artistry.