Windows March 07th2018

Why choose grey uPVC windows?

Why choose grey uPVC windows?

Grey in your home

When it comes to designing the interior of a home, grey seems to be the go to colour. It has become a classic interior shade taking over beige and white. This is because it is almost like a colourless colour; it’s the halfway point between white and black which makes it neutral.

If you are afraid of steering away from white and steering towards grey, you shouldn’t be. The colour is a trend, but a trend to stay. From grey walls to grey floors, this neutral colour will make your rooms look sophisticated and sumptuous and it pretty much goes with any other colour. If you have grey walls, you can have a pale pastel colour sofa, or even bright colours which will be enhanced with a grey backdrop. If you want to play it safe, you can incorporate grey slowly by having grey cabinets, tables and accessories.

What is so special about grey is that it does not have a personality of its own. White would seem pure and clean, but grey would almost be absent. This is great, as the colour takes a back seat and allows other colours in your home to be highly visible.

What are the options?

At Everest we have a range of options available, up to 11 depending on your choice of material, ranging from white to chartwell green to a dark red (rosewood). We know people may want a colour more interesting than white but a ‘bold’ colour like red or green may not suit the look of their property so we believe grey is a great choice to get the best of both worlds by adding style while still looking subtle. You can find out more about our range of uPVC grey windows here.

Everest Grey uPVC windows on a modern home

Olive grey uPVC window (above)

Check out our windows colour page to see all of our colour options or find more inspiration for grey interiors on our grey interiors Pinterest board

'Why choose grey uPVC windows?'