Without doubt grey and white walls are perfect for creating a subtle effect in any room. The mild contrast of the sister colors is always impressive. You will hardly find combinations that achieve the same elegance as these two tones. Keep the furniture and the rest of the decorative elements within this same range of blacks, whites and grey. And you will have a sober atmosphere perfect for an office or a minimalist living room.
The large grey and white stripes are very elegant in any space and will ensure that your walls will not go unnoticed. Also look great on a single wall that you want to draw more attention to. At the same time you can wallpaper all the four walls without feeling burdensome. If you choose to these stripes, keep in mind that horizontal stripes will make your ceilings look lower. And vertical stripes will visually lengthen them.
Unlike other bold colored stripes best left for large rooms, the 453621 Striped Grey & White Wallpaper will not overwhelm a small room.
Variations of 453621 Striped Grey & White Wallpaper
You will love the look of beautifully smooth grey and white stripes wallpaper. The grey variations could range from dark moody grey, moving through more balanced shades and much a lighter color. This spectrum thus something to suit everybody’s grey loving tastes. But all the shades of striped grey and white wallpaper follow a minimalist style that fits with a modern lifestyle. And you will find the style suitable for open plan living rooms. Especially where a sociable kitchen and dining space overlook a lounge area. Or serious home offices for working around the clock, large bedrooms and spacious bathrooms.
You will find that the wallpaper may come in various shades of white . These shades are colors that differ only slightly from pure white. And these are commonly termed off-white colors. In interior decoration they considered part of a neutral color scheme.
In color theory, a shade is a pure color mixed with black (or having a lower lightness). Strictly speaking, a “shade of white” would be a neutral beige. This article is also about off-white colors that vary from pure white in hue, and in chroma (also called saturation, or intensity).
Off-white colors were pervasively paired with beiges in the 1930s, and especially popular again from roughly 1955 to 1975.