GO­ING GREY

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Greys, par­tic­u­larly paired with white, have long been a de­sign favourite for their abil­ity to make tra­di­tional spa­ces feel more mod­ern and soften spa­ces that can feel too stark painted white.

“We try to look at what the in­dus­try is do­ing, and there’s been a move away from her­itage colours to more mod­ern greys and whites that work in con­tem­po­rary homes and tra­di­tional spa­ces,” says Fiona King, brand man­ager for Taub­mans, who rec­om­mends Cen­tu­rion and Au­gus­tus.

“Cen­tu­rion is a blue-based grey that pairs well with Snow Bal­let,” she says.

Add white ar­chi­traves and skirt­ing boards, or cre­ate in­ter­est with an un­ex­pected shade — pink doors with grey are a favourite, says Fiona, who rec­om­mends pair­ing Tahi­tian Sun­set with Casino or Pink Dust with Stormy Shadow (pic­tured).

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