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What colour wall go best with grey floor

by Harry Oliver Digital Marketer

Set the trend with Coloured Walls and Grey Floors!

 

Grey has been the hottest trend in flooring, cabinets and paint for the past few years. It’s a great choice if you want a contemporary look in addition to looking chic and trendy as grey floor tiles set the tone of a cool, contemporary kitchen. Grey colour gives a neutral backdrop, so use dark grey with bold colours like black or red to make them pop and light grey with cream, beige and other warm colours to balance it out.  

 

Best Colour combinations with Grey Floor Tiles 

 

  • The first wall color complimenting grey floors is, “the pristine white”. White wall paint matches perfectly with grey because it has the perfect contrast ratio, while at the same time complements each other to make them look flawless. 

  • If you want to make a bright and vibrant room then you can go with pale yellow. This shade will still bring some yellowish looks but in a much softer and natural way. Using yellow colour with grey floors works great to avoid monotonous looks especially if most of the furniture is of neutral colors such as white or grey. 

  • Pink is a versatile color with a lot of different shades that can be used to create different effects, from refreshing, vibrant, or even more subtle ones. Using a dusty pink shade will help you in giving a subtle look to a room as it has certain notes of grey in it already!  

 

There could be a lot of other color combinations too that one could explore, but happy colours like pinks and yellows draw maximum attention. Yellow can help make your space a bit bigger and brighter along with neutralizing the floor, especially when you are using a darker tone of grey for your flooring. 

 

Blues are my personal favorite with grey floors. They are cool and soothing and always go amazingly well with grey floor tiles.  As long as you stay with a cool blue (light, mid or dark) you will be fine. Avoid aqua or turquoise blues as they have too much green in them. 

 

Since flooring often covers multiple rooms and different people have different tastes, it would be helpful to keep a common theme and do a color code on each wall specific to individual tastes, to keep the vibe of the house happy and cheerful!  



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