If you in need of a new living room vibe why not consider embracing the minimalist decorating style of grey and white to help give your space a new dimension and potentially transform it into a haven of luxe living.
Whether you’re going for a sophisticated aesthetic or a more laid-back look, chic grey and white colour combinations are always a surefire way to create a space you’ll never want to leave.
Grey comes in a multitude of shades from warm, cool, dark, and light. There is a hue for every room, style and taste.
Choose the wrong the shade and your room can sometimes feel cold and uninviting, but layer your greys and whites, with fresh accessories, and your living room is suddenly the epitome of chic, modern luxe styling.
If you love the idea of using grey and white in your living room, but don’t know where to start, below is an extensive range of ideas that’ll provide all the inspiration needed to create a perfect grey and white living room or entire home sanctuary.
DANISH GReY LIVING ROOM
Whether you are about living a Hygge or other Scandi lifestyle trend, grey and white hues can help your space become a relaxing environment the entire family can enjoy.
Consider adding throws, rugs, beanbags and other relaxing accessories to completely embrace a refreshing new Danish way of living.
MINIMALIST GReY LIVING ROOM
A staple of the minimalist way of living is cool, crisp and calming tones.
Grey and white colours are at the hear of minimalist designs. The neutral notes are guaranteed to help transform homes into spaces that become a place even the queen of minimalism Marie Kondo could love.
CHOOSE GREY LIVING ROOM FURNITURE
Transforming your living room into a grey and white havens is not completely about the colour on your walls or floor, the furniture also plays a very big part.
Make sure to accessorise your space with similar grey and white furniture and decor to help enhance the feel and look of the homes overall aesthetic.
Grey and White Feature Wall
If solid grey or white walls is not your thing, why not create a stunning feature wall that incorporates the two hues?
Feature walls can function as a focal point, break up open spaces with designs and offer a pop of character.
They are also simple and easy ways to add a new dimension to spaces, draw attention to rooms and become instant talking points.
ACCENTED GReY LIVING ROOM
Adding a touch of accented colouring to a grey and white dominant living room spaces is a simple and inexpensive finishing touch everyone can get on board with.
Vibrant colour schemes can juxtapose the foundation of grey and white designs to create an unmatched vibe that’ll transform spaces.
GREY LIVING ROOM WALLS
If you are not keen on complete white walls, break up the crisp hues with smooth grey tones.
A grey wall could open up the rest of the room, offering the chance to mix and match white and off-white furniture accessories and decoration.
DARK GREY LIVING ROOM
Dark grey is not always reserved for sober, moody room aesthetics, it can be the perfect colour-scheme for homes looking for a sophisticated looks.
Dark grey tones mixed with subtle colours can inject spaces with the unmistakable, relaxing, sophisticated vibe you have always wanted for your home.
GREY WITH GOLDS
Grey and white doesn’t always have to mean cool and calm colours, why not add a touch of regal gold to complement the two hues.
Golden decor from candles, sidetables, lamps, pots, pillows, throw blankets, picture-frames and rugs, will enhance the look and feel of the space.
MIX SOFT GREY WITH PRETTY PASTELS
Pastels are alwaya a win, mixing them with the cool tones of grey and white are an even bigger win.
Think pastel blues, pinks, oranges and green paint or furniture to help break up the space with fresh tones.
DARK GREY FEEL WARM AND COSY
Grey and white colour schemes are often viewed as a cold and minimal aesthetic suitable for homes looking to embrace a simpler way of living, but it can offer a lot more.
Consider adding warm blankets, large, comfortable furnishings, throw cushions, indoor plants and lighting to give grey and white spaces that essential cosy vibe.
ADD A touch of art
Grey and white dominate spaces can offer an excellent blank canvas for pops of colour and art.
Adding a touch of colour, whether that be through home decor accessories, paintings indoor greenery, are easy ways to create grey and white living room, kitchen or bedroom escape.
DON’T IGNORE THE FLOOR
Transforming your living room into a grey and white hub doesn’t have to be reserved for the walls and interiors, the floor needs to be considered also.
Add A COOL TONE
Grey and white is a surefire way to create a cool and relaxing environment, adding themed accessories is one additional feature and the other is organising the room to accentuate the colour scheme.
Grey steals the spotlight as the living room’s sophisticated hue of choice.
Combined with the victorian-style accessories any living room will epitomise that relaxing, old-world aesthetic.
GReY LIVING ROOM WITH A touch of YELLOW
If white and grey decoration isn’t offering enough to give your space that luxe feel, consider injecting subtle pops of colour to get that perfect relaxing environment.
Adding a few pops of playful yellow can subtly add enough colour to help your living room hit the right note.
Grey and White with a touch of Greenery
Nothing adds a more homey vibe to rooms than a collection of indoor greenery.
Spruce up your home with a life and nature by bringing succulents and indoor plants – which will also offer essential air purifying benefits for making homes fresher.
Make Your Bookcase Work
To add a new dimension to your grey and white escape by making bookcases a feature of the room.
The stretched lines of long grey, white or black shelving units can offer a slick blank canvas for accessories and home decoration.
Added to a room with concrete walls and polished grey flooring, an open bookcase could offer the finishing touch your space needs.
Warm Up Grey Walls with Bright Prints
With a floor to ceiling grey palette, homes instantly become the perfect canvas to make a splash with brightly colour prints.
Floating shelving units, side tables, desks and coffee tables all offer simple ways to display wall art that pops with vibrant colour.