Posted on 14th March 2022
Grey porcelain paving slabs can be timeless and classical but on the other hand, sophisticated and extremely chic. Choosing grey porcelain paving slabs lends complete creative freedom to your home, whatever look you are hoping to achieve.
The colour grey seems to take on a quality where it can be easily combined with other colours to bring out the stunning characteristics of your property.
Our beautiful collection of grey porcelain paving slabs and grey porcelain wall tiles can be matched with an array of complementing colours. In this post, we are going to cover the five colours best suited to bring your porcelain to life.
Simple but statement, the contrast of white and grey works impressively well together. White is a go-to choice for creating a bright, clean, and brand new appearance for any interior or exterior space in your home.
This colour design opens up opportunities for you to use different tones of grey and white together to further enhance the look of your home.
Our popular Kandla Grey porcelain paving slabs are a perfect light to mid-grey, which means they will pair with off-whites and creams too.
Black combined with grey creates a moody atmosphere that looks contemporary and timeless. This colour grouping works particularly well for areas that have an abundance of light to tone things down a bit.
We recommend choosing lighter shades of grey, such as our Brava Grigio porcelain paving slabs or Brava Cello porcelain patio tiles, to enhance the intensity of the colour black as opposed to clashing with it.
If you are seeking a decor style that is elegant and cool, blue is a fantastic option. However, the colour blue should be handled differently depending on the room.
For example, we believe bathrooms should feel much cooler and bedrooms should be made warmer with different shades of blue. Bathrooms are more suited to light blue tones, whereas rich shades of blue look better in a bedroom for better levels of comfort.
Our stunning Volcano Wall Cladding Grey porcelain paving slabs would work perfectly for either a bedroom or bathroom, based on the advice of matching appropriate tones of blue to your surroundings.
Mustard yellow is a tricky colour to neutralise and tone down but grey manages the job perfectly. Mustard and yellow can sometimes overpower a space if allowed to do so but when paired with complementing colours they can provide warmth and an uplifting atmosphere.
Incorporating mustard into a room works particularly well as an accent colour for accessories, throws, cushions, and other fabrics.
A glazed extension with a seamless indoor-outdoor transitioning look using our Quartz Anthracite and some mustard-coloured decor would work perfectly.
Dusty pinks and greys combined is a trend that is extremely popular in the modern home. This design style has been used since the Georgian era and is still very much going strong.
It’s easy to create a beautiful contemporary look with contrasting shades of grey and pink. Try our eye-catching Rasa Nero porcelain paving slabs with a blush pink shade, or alternatively our Manhattan Grey porcelain tiles with more of a pastel colour pink to add a light and whimsical feel to your home.
With valuable experience distributing porcelain paving, we are able to help you achieve the perfect patio, garden, or home interior with our products. Contact us and we will discuss your specific needs today.