Adding Gray to Your Home

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There are many options when adding color to your house. Think about adding color through painting walls, adding window treatments, or replacing decor. So that just leaves you to decide which color or colors to use and where to use them. At Windows, Walls & More serving West Bloomfield, we’ve got plenty of ideas on how you can bring color to a room or your entire home. Speak with a trained consultant today!

The Versatility of Gray

Gray is becoming a more and more popular among designers, as we can see on HGTV. Variations of gray are being used in flooring, walls, cabinets, bathroom tile, kitchen backsplash, countertops, and window treatments. Designers have even introduced gray concrete kitchen sinks! The colors that we choose to decorate our homes with are often said to be a reflection of our personalities. Perhaps that is why gray has become so popular. Gray is versatile and can convey a variety of feelings from seriousness to aspiration. When we see gray, we think timelessness, dependability, and quality.

Shades of Gray

There are many shades of gray to choose from and it is best to choose the shade of gray that resonates with you. You can select warm grays (yellow-based) and cool grays (blue-based) and feel confident that your selection will be a versatile backdrop for any style of furniture, artwork, and accessories. For example, gray is perfect to create any style bedroom retreat. Depending on your selection, your bedroom can appear either warm or cool and reflect a traditional, modern, or cottage style. You can also add values of gray in bedding, draperies, and window treatments.

A Touch of Gray through Window Treatments

By using multiple shades of gray paired with complementary cool tones, you can create a space that makes you feel at ease and peaceful. A favorite way to do this is by adding a cool window treatment, such as the Hunter Douglas Salt and Pepper hardwood shutter called Heritance®. The Heritance® collection offers six finishing techniques to enhance the inherent character and color of the genuine hardwood, giving you a one-of a kind look. These finishes include:

• Glazed
• Heirloom Distressed
• Glazed & Burnished
• Rustic
• Classic Distressed
• Textured

You can select from a wide range of frame types that fit any décor. Also consider the Charred Wood colored vertical drape by Hunter Douglas called Provenance®. By adding a dark edge banding to the woven reeds, grasses, and woods, you will create a captivating conversation piece for any room in your home. Edge banding gives you the freedom to customize your vertical by combining fabric, textures, and colors.

Expressing yourself through the color of Gray in West Bloomfield, Farmington Hills MI

Windows, Walls & More was established in 1977 and has become the leader in window treatments and window treatment motorization, as well as wallpaper, interior design and more. With a beautiful Hunter Douglas Gallery showroom in West Bloomfield, Windows, Walls & More serves West Bloomfield and the surrounding areas, including Franklin, Livonia, Birmingham, Farmington Hills, Bloomfield Hills, Commerce Township, Northville and Novi.

Stop by our Hunter Douglas Gallery to see our many functional window covering displays. For more information, or to schedule your free in-store consultation, give us a call today at 248-661-3840.

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