Displaying 1 - 2 of 2 products
Grey can add a certain style and sophistication to interiors which other colours cannot manage. On its own grey can sometimes look rather plain and uninteresting but when combined with other colours like black, brown and white it can appear in a whole new light. It also complements these colours brilliantly and emphasises their character perfectly well. Grey is also exquisite at determining the mood of a room. For example a light grey shade can work in a vibrant manner whereas darker greys like charcoal accentuate class and refinement. Grey is a colour strongly linked to stone and is prominent in granite varieties. Even man-made grey tiles like ceramic and porcelain have a stone-like appearance in many cases. Grey natural stone or engineered flooring works well in conservatories. Matt grey tiles in these areas will absorb light opposed to creating a glare which is sometimes the case with polished varieties. Grey combined with brown wooden furnishings are a contemporary choice for conservatory designs.
|From:||£12.80 (per box of 10)|
|From:||£13.68 (per box of 10)|
Don’t be fooled into thinking that grey is a bland and boring colour. Some of the most spectacular designs have been created by using grey colours. As the backdrop to a design, the neutrality of grey helps to emphasise any colour. Light greys contrasting with bright orange, blue or green can work extremely well. In contrast a dark, charcoal like grey combines with black and white for a refined decor. The effectiveness of grey tiles is not diminished by what colour grout is used, as they are extremely versatile and work well with all the main colours including white, grey, black and ivory. For a seamless finish on floors butt grey tiles close together and use grey grout to stunning effect. You can carry out such tiling projects yourself providing you prepare the area properly and have the correct tools and accessories to carry out the job. Use grey matt tiles in porches and conservatories to absorb light and prevent the glare from the sun. Grey is often accused of being a cold colour which is why warmer colours like red and orange combine with it exquisitely. If it is a cold feel on floors which concerns you then don’t worry because we sell electric underfloor heating systems which help to keep areas warm.