Grey Interior Inspiration – Northern Ireland
When it comes to interiors, it seems like EVERYONE is obsessed with grey at the moment.
Whenever we’re scrolling through the new homes added to PropertyPal.com, grey is everywhere. Grey wallpaper, grey furniture, grey tiles, grey kitchens, grey toilets… You name it, we’ve seen it in grey.
Far from being a drab and dreary colour, a splash of grey adds a real touch of class to a room. And although grey seems a little cold on the surface, when paired with the right shades (baby pink, dusky mauve and pastel blue), it can make your home look warm, cosy and inviting.
Everyday we post loads of gorgeous new properties to our Facebook page and the ones featuring stylish grey interiors without doubt, get the most attention. So, with that in mind, to satisfy your grey cravings, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite grey looks from homes across our site.
Grey bathroom details
The little grey touches are perfect for adding interest to a small space. Rivenwood Developments, Newtownards.
2. Grey – two ways
This home for sale in Lisburn plays with grey in many ways – from the lighter carpet on the staircase to the charcoal shades in the reception area. We love the quirky grey and green colour combo too.
3. Grey on white
Grey is perfect for breaking up an all-white space, whilst still maintaining those minimalist vibes. 2 Lough Moss Mews, Carryduff.
4. A splash of colour
This home for sale in Greenisland adds colourful accents to a grey base, showing how a variety of colours can work easily with this shade.
5. Cool in the kitchen
The grey doors and details on this island give this whole kitchen a look that’s modern but timeless. 106 Farm Lodge Park, Greenisland, Carrickfergus.
6. Mixing metals
The mix of light and dark metallic-eque grey shades add to the contemporary feel of this entire house. The Lake House, Judges Road, Waterside, Derry/Londonderry.
7. Hot and cold
We LOVE how the colder shades of grey look against the warm wooden features in this house for sale in Hillsborough.
8. 50 shades
This house in Bangor is a palace of grey, with every room completely dominated by the shade.
9. Grey on gold
This entire house in Ballymoney is filled with beautiful extravagant decor. This bedroom is no exception. Although technically grey and gold don’t go together on paper, this room absolutely makes it work by using a variety of patterns and textures throughout.
10. Blue grey
The splash of muted teal blue looks great against the grey stone fireplace and crushed carpet. 33 Ballycrummy Road, Armagh.
11. Grey all day
The mix of lighter grey tones really opens up this house, making it look airy and spacious. The accent wall with chevron print wallpaper is an excellent touch. 13 Sandringham, Portadown.
12. Minimalist dreams
The comfy grey sofa in this lounge gives this modern room just the right amount of homeliness, without taking away from that ultra-modern styling. 14 Old Moy Road, Dungannon.
13. Glamorous grey
From the walls and the carpet to the sofas and the curtains, all the grey features in this living room are positively shimmering for a gorgeous glitz and glam look. 21 Hollybank Road, Parkgate, Ballyclare.