You’ve decided on a grey theme for your room: but how do you get the balance right? How much is too much grey and which colours will look best with it?
These colours work so well together: select your colour palette of max three different colours. A simple way to introduce colours is with cushions and lampshades, or you could consider framed wallpaper as shown here in the Palmetto Collection by Harlequin.
If you're starting with a linen grey, then you've got a fabulous choice of colours to work with: stick with the natural fabrics and you can get away with many different shades. Navy and stone look exceptional with grey curtains and other accents. This is from the Clarke & Clarke Vienna collection.
Certain shades will work with each other, even if you can't picture it: this coral red and pale green works with the grey to create a vibrant picture and allows you to be brave with your colour choices. This Palmetto collection from Harlequin has been a popular choice!
Quite a different look but the greys bring out the gold detail beautifully - this is from Clarke & Clarke Imperiale collection
These zig zag curtains are a fabulous material for a modern living room. They're from the new Metro collection by Prestigious Textiles. Shades of grey are complimented with gold yellow on the curtains and a sunshine yellow table. The dark grey lamps and curtain rods give the whole room a finished outline.
Sumptuous silken fabrics from James Hare: you can mix the rich colours so effectively and know that what creates the cohesion is the fabric: allowing you to choose from a wide range of colours.
If you'd like curtains made from any of these fabrics, or perhaps you'd like some cushions to complement your existing colour scheme and have spotted a fabric you like, please get in, touch. We provide made-to-measure curtains and soft furnishings. Please visit us inside the Hatfields of Colchester showroom: Hatfields of Colchester, Peartree Rd, Stanway, Colchester, Essex CO3 0LA Tel: 01206 571000.