Grey has taken over the world of interior design, and it's not going anywhere anytime soon. If you are considering painting your walls grey or decorating your home with grey furniture or grey décor, check out these tips on exactly what grey is – and how you can use it to warm up and cool down any space.
Is Grey Warm or Cool?
What Is Grey Associated With?
When it comes to interior decorating, one of the interesting things about grey is that it lacks psychological associations – and it is precisely because of this lack that grey has risen to become one of the most sought-after colors for walls, furniture and décor.
Soft, neutral, and seemingly 'colorless,' grey possesses a subtle depth that not only pairs well with every other color, but also brings it to life.
Grey vs. Gray: How Is it Spelled?
The debate can get tense, with strong opinions and thought-out arguments on both sides. Of course, we’re referring to the Grey vs. Gray spelling debate.
Here’s the answer, laid out bare:
There is no “correct” answer.
Technically speaking, grey is the British form of the spelling, and gray is the American way. Interestingly enough, the British form of the spelling can be traced back to one Earl Grey – yes, the tea’s namesake!