Grey Venetian Blinds
Many Shades of Grey
Grey has traditionally been thought of as boring and uninteresting, but over the last couple of years this colour has soared in popularity and has well and truly uncuffed its association with being unimaginative, and risk averse. As a result of this new revolution you might not be surprised to hear that we have introduced more shades of grey venetian blinds into our range and now have more greys than any other colour at the moment. (No, there is not going to be a literary pun here. Sorry!) We may have pushed the boundaries a little bit in coming up with our final tally for the number of variations of grey venetian blind we have included in this range as we have included all the greyish toned colours from the lightest off-white and pale grey, right through to the darkest graphite and charcoal. In addition we have also included all the metallic and silver colours that we have in our aluminium venetian blind range. It means more for you to choose from so we hope you can find what you are looking for. In our plain greys we have slats in gloss and matt finishes as well as pearlescent and other metallic effects such as brushed satin and a metal hammered gloss. We also have some patterns to choose from including floral and striped designs as well as more industrial looking printed patterns showing chequer plate effects and milled steel etched lines.
Made to measure grey venetian blinds have always been a favourite in the commercial world in the UK. Though it's probably no individual's favourite colour it the colour often chosen by consensus or committee when corporate interior design is in process. This is usually a decision that has been made so as not to offend anybody and which will not clash with any corporate branding colours that will often be boldly displayed in an office building. This safety element is probably why lots of us wear grey suits to work and feel comfortable and look as though we fit right in.
In the UK home natural grey tones are often used as feature colours themselves if natural slate or stone has been chosen for feature kitchen worktops or floor tiling, or floor or wall tiling in the bathroom. In the lounge we think greys look great with lighter natural wood tones, and can often successfully be used to provide a conservative background colour which will set off and frame any bold feature colours that might have been used elsewhere in the room. For example custom made grey venetian blinds and white walls could be used to set off a bright and bold primary coloured sofa or rug if you are brave enough to purchase one.