It’s a blend of cool, light grey and warm, natural beige.
Can’t decide between gray and beige? Maybe you don’t have to, now that greige is the trending neutral in interior design. Greige is really hard to describe because it’s so similar to some shades of gray and to some shades of beige. It’s really an in-between color, so it’s hard to define where greige begins and ends on the neutral color continuum. Even the name greige is a combination of the words grey and beige! It’s pronounced like beige but with a “gr” sound at the beginning.
One thing is certain. Greige is a pleasing and flexible neutral for home design elements. The color extends from quite dark tones, almost charcoal in look, to the lightest taupe hues; you can even use two different tones of greige in your decorating plan.
Greige goes with most any palette. This fabulous color ties together other neutrals, such as white, cream, tan, black and grey tones. Greige also plays well with splashes of both bold and subtle hues, allowing other colors to pop. Because of its soft neutral tone, greige brings disparate colors into a harmonious whole.
Greige complements most any decorating style, including modern, traditional and anything in between. And this soothing color works well in just about every room and for almost any surface, including:
Be trendy and add versatile greige to your color palette this season.
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