Grey was once thought of as boring and somewhat cold. However, grey has recently surged in popularity and has even been called “the new white”. That’s because there are so many shades of grey that can coordinate with a variety of styles. Grey is also better than white at showing off your artwork and other touches of color in your rooms. Grey as a neutral really make things pop. Grey window treatments work beautifully in just about any room, including living rooms, dens, and bedrooms.
Living Rooms & Dens
Hunter Douglas Skyline Gliding Window Panels in light grey are elegant and sophisticated in a contemporary living room. Hunter Douglas Provenance Woven Wood shades in a medium grey lend a hint of warmth and a natural touch to a transitional living room.
Hunter Douglas Applause Honeycomb shades in a very pale oyster grey are perfect on large transom windows in an eclectic den. The grey softens the windows without being overwhelming. Meanwhile, Hunter Douglas Designer Screen Roman shades in a darker pebble grey are perfect for a den where you want quiet place where you can focus and concentrate.
Luminette Privacy Sheers in dove grey are perfect in a bedroom where you want to enjoy the view and the natural light while preserving your privacy. The soft grey promotes a tranquil feeling perfect for resting. Hunter Douglas Sillouette Shades are just right for a child’s bedroom – especially since they are available in a cordless version but can still be easily opened and closed. The grey is the perfect neutral back drop for children’s bright artwork, fabrics, and toys.