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10 Ways to Style a Grey Sofa

1 August 2022

A grey couch is a versatile and classic addition to any living room, and it provides a great foundation to build the room off, and it won’t steal the show from your décor.

Whether you go with a soft and subtle shade of grey or a darker charcoal grey, you can create a look you love. If you are into boho chic, clean, and contemporary, or have no idea what your style is, a grey sofa can be a great place to start while you find your style.

Since it is so versatile, you can easily change your décor as your tastes change without investing in a new couch set.

Let’s look at 10 ways you can style your grey couch.

  1. Play with fabrics and textures

Using different fabrics to create texture can add great interest to your grey furniture. You can achieve this with throw pillows and blankets made from various fabric types like linen, velvet, or microfiber.

Grey furniture is excellent for giving your home a sophisticated feel, but adding texture will make it your own

  1. Go bold

Grey furniture is so versatile that you can go with low-key, soft, subtle, or bold. Either way, grey is the perfect shade to give you freedom with your décor without stealing the show. You can go with patterned curtains, shag, carpet, and velvet throw pillows in bright shades. With grey being such a neutral shade, it can help to balance out patterns and bright colors to have a more polished look.

  1. Be a little more subtle.

If going bold isn’t your thing, grey is perfect to create a more subtle, softer décor. You can use neutral colors like sepia, beige, white, and black to help add dimension and depth to your space while keeping it warm and inviting. Accessorizing with wood, metal, and different types of fabric can add a nice finishing touch to any room, but a room designed around a grey couch has a certain level of sophistication that cannot be beaten.

  1. Plants

It’s always a good idea to add various-sized décor in a room, and what better way to add height than to use tall plants? Placing a tall plant on both sides of your grey couch is a great way to draw your attention to your fabulous sofa.

Not possessing a green thumb is no reason to not have plants. There are some fantastic plastic plant options; just remember to dust it regularly.

Another fun component with plants is the pots. You can use your plants’ pots to add to the vibe of your room. You can get ceramic, baskets, metal, or just about any other material you want to pot your plant and make it even more part of the décor.

  1. Area rug

Area rugs are a great way to make a room cohesive and draw it together. Depending on the look you are after, you can use a textured rug like shag, a brightly colored rug, or even one with a pattern. An area rug is an easy addition to your living space to round out a room and make it feel more inviting and warmer.

  1. Lighting

Finding the proper lighting is crucial for any living space. If you use the wrong types of light, it can make the room feel cold and clinical and throw off the whole vibe you’re going for. Using various lamps of different heights will add interest to the room and not take away from your furniture. You can try a floor lamp on one side of your couch and a table lamp on the other side to make your living space exciting and not so symmetrical.

  1. Coffee table and end tables

There are so many options when it comes to coffee tables and end tables. You can go with the classic wood finish, metal, marble, or just about any other material you can think of. If you need storage, you will find many options for coffee tables and end tables to help with your storage needs while remaining stylish. Baskets, drawers, and sliding doors are a few storage options for your table setting.

  1. Throw pillows and blankets

Throw pillows and blankets were mentioned in point one as a great way to add texture to a room, but they are also great to bring in color. You can get throw pillows and blankets in any color, making them a great addition to your living room. They are also easy to change to keep your living space exciting and fresh. You can buy pillow covers to change them out as you please.

  1. Use more grey

Grey can be a complementary shade to itself that you don’t even need a color pallet to style your living space. You can use shades of grey to achieve a modern look that is either bold and fun or soft and subtle. You can opt for grey lampshades, curtains, walls, and throw pillows. Make sure you use shades of grey, so it doesn’t end up being a one-shaded, dull living room.

  1. Walls

Having a grey couch set gives you a lot of options when it comes to the color of your walls. You can go with a nice white to make your couch pop, a sage or a jewel tone to warm up the room, or any other shade depending on the look you are after.

Conclusion

A grey couch set is an excellent addition to your living room, rec room, or family room and a worthwhile investment. There are so many options for décor, and since grey is such a neutral shade changing your décor when you want without having to buy a new couch set is a huge bonus.

If you are avoiding grey because you think it might be too bland, you might be missing out on a versatile and fun shade.

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10 Ways to Style a Grey Sofa

1 August 2022

A grey couch is a versatile and classic addition to any living room, and it provides a great foundation to build the room off, and it won’t steal the show from your décor.

Whether you go with a soft and subtle shade of grey or a darker charcoal grey, you can create a look you love. If you are into boho chic, clean, and contemporary, or have no idea what your style is, a grey sofa can be a great place to start while you find your style.

Since it is so versatile, you can easily change your décor as your tastes change without investing in a new couch set.

Let’s look at 10 ways you can style your grey couch.

  1. Play with fabrics and textures

Using different fabrics to create texture can add great interest to your grey furniture. You can achieve this with throw pillows and blankets made from various fabric types like linen, velvet, or microfiber.

Grey furniture is excellent for giving your home a sophisticated feel, but adding texture will make it your own

  1. Go bold

Grey furniture is so versatile that you can go with low-key, soft, subtle, or bold. Either way, grey is the perfect shade to give you freedom with your décor without stealing the show. You can go with patterned curtains, shag, carpet, and velvet throw pillows in bright shades. With grey being such a neutral shade, it can help to balance out patterns and bright colors to have a more polished look.

  1. Be a little more subtle.

If going bold isn’t your thing, grey is perfect to create a more subtle, softer décor. You can use neutral colors like sepia, beige, white, and black to help add dimension and depth to your space while keeping it warm and inviting. Accessorizing with wood, metal, and different types of fabric can add a nice finishing touch to any room, but a room designed around a grey couch has a certain level of sophistication that cannot be beaten.

  1. Plants

It’s always a good idea to add various-sized décor in a room, and what better way to add height than to use tall plants? Placing a tall plant on both sides of your grey couch is a great way to draw your attention to your fabulous sofa.

Not possessing a green thumb is no reason to not have plants. There are some fantastic plastic plant options; just remember to dust it regularly.

Another fun component with plants is the pots. You can use your plants’ pots to add to the vibe of your room. You can get ceramic, baskets, metal, or just about any other material you want to pot your plant and make it even more part of the décor.

  1. Area rug

Area rugs are a great way to make a room cohesive and draw it together. Depending on the look you are after, you can use a textured rug like shag, a brightly colored rug, or even one with a pattern. An area rug is an easy addition to your living space to round out a room and make it feel more inviting and warmer.

  1. Lighting

Finding the proper lighting is crucial for any living space. If you use the wrong types of light, it can make the room feel cold and clinical and throw off the whole vibe you’re going for. Using various lamps of different heights will add interest to the room and not take away from your furniture. You can try a floor lamp on one side of your couch and a table lamp on the other side to make your living space exciting and not so symmetrical.

  1. Coffee table and end tables

There are so many options when it comes to coffee tables and end tables. You can go with the classic wood finish, metal, marble, or just about any other material you can think of. If you need storage, you will find many options for coffee tables and end tables to help with your storage needs while remaining stylish. Baskets, drawers, and sliding doors are a few storage options for your table setting.

  1. Throw pillows and blankets

Throw pillows and blankets were mentioned in point one as a great way to add texture to a room, but they are also great to bring in color. You can get throw pillows and blankets in any color, making them a great addition to your living room. They are also easy to change to keep your living space exciting and fresh. You can buy pillow covers to change them out as you please.

  1. Use more grey

Grey can be a complementary shade to itself that you don’t even need a color pallet to style your living space. You can use shades of grey to achieve a modern look that is either bold and fun or soft and subtle. You can opt for grey lampshades, curtains, walls, and throw pillows. Make sure you use shades of grey, so it doesn’t end up being a one-shaded, dull living room.

  1. Walls

Having a grey couch set gives you a lot of options when it comes to the color of your walls. You can go with a nice white to make your couch pop, a sage or a jewel tone to warm up the room, or any other shade depending on the look you are after.

Conclusion

A grey couch set is an excellent addition to your living room, rec room, or family room and a worthwhile investment. There are so many options for décor, and since grey is such a neutral shade changing your décor when you want without having to buy a new couch set is a huge bonus.

If you are avoiding grey because you think it might be too bland, you might be missing out on a versatile and fun shade.

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