One of the most on trend colours for interior design this year is grey. A lot of people are often quick to dismiss grey in the home, seeing it as dull or miserable. They couldn’t be more wrong! When utilised properly in a home, grey can be cool, sophisticated and relaxing. We think it works best in the bathroom, so here’s a few tips on grey bathroom furniture.
This popular trend of grey interiors could be due to the growing use of concrete in the home. Concrete is being used in kitchens, bedrooms and even living rooms, but it looks especially good in bathrooms. If you want a slightly warmer, more traditional grey bathroom furniture alternative to this trend, try our Cool Grey gloss finish. This is available as fitted furniture, or with our modular Zest units so you can choose which style best suits you and your bathroom. We think Cool Grey goes great with black or white, which would carry on the sophisticated feel of the room, but you’re free to experiment with your grey bathroom furniture and see what works!
Another option for grey bathroom furniture is our Classic range in Stone Grey. This will create a great interior design style, as you’ll have the traditional panel design of the doors combining with the contemporary grey colour. This is a great idea if you want your bathroom to have more of a vintage style! We think it looks great with deep, dusky shades of pink or blue.
Of course, it doesn’t have to be your furniture that’s grey. You can use grey to complement white bathroom furniture. Try units in one of our white Gloss or Matt finishes with grey wallpaper or tiling. A nice subtle shade of grey will make the white cabinets stand out and shine! Alternatively, you could have an entirely white bathroom and use grey to accessorise, with towels and decorations. We also think black units look great with grey tiling. Try our Novara units with some stylish large grey tiles for a bathroom that’s totally on trend.
So if you’re thinking about grey bathroom furniture, check out our grey finishes in our brochure. But also don’t forget that grey can be used as an accessory, as well as the main focal point of the room. Just make sure you never dismiss grey for interior design!