Grace­ful Grey

Living Etc - - DESIGN ⁄ PROJECT -

Why go white when you can go grace­fully grey? It will add depth to more sub­tle colours and let bold brights be the cen­tre of at­ten­tion. the right shade can have a big im­pact on the mood of a room, so don’t as­sume they’re all the same. For in­stance, some shades have yel­low or beige un­der­tones that make for a warmer grey, while oth­ers are blue toned and a lot cooler. re­view your space and the amount of nat­u­ral light care­fully and take your cue from there.

Project de­tails a care­fully cu­rated edit of clas­sic white table­ware and sim­ple but stylish glass­ware brings a co-or­di­nated look to th­ese open shelves by Tom How­ley. Painted in a soft grey to har­monise with the base units, snowy white walls and Sile­stone work­tops let the colour gen­tly punc­tu­ate without over­pow­er­ing the space. Spot­lights of­fer task light­ing, while Orig­i­nal Btc’s Phane pen­dant, £199, clip­pings, makes a mod­ern state­ment. Tom How­ley kitchens from £60,000.

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