If you watch home-makeover shows on TV, you might have noticed that some designers are using an awful lot of gray in the home. Does this meant that the world is going gray? Does it mean you should too? Not necessarily, but if you’re interested in adding some gray (or any other color) to your home, the trained staff at Windows to the World serving northeastern Pennsylvania will be happy to give you some tips. Read on to learn more!
Where You Can Color
You can add color in your home in many ways, including by painting walls, changing or adding décor, or adding window treatments. So that just leaves you to decide which color or colors to use and where to use them. As stated, many designers, including HGTV’s Chip and Joanna Gaines, are using gray in anything from flooring, walls, cabinets, and bathroom tile to kitchen backsplash, countertops, and window treatments.
Gray can convey seriousness and is often seen as trendy, fashionable, and even aspirational. When we see gray, we think timelessness, dependability, and quality. Because the colors that we choose to decorate with are a reflection of our personalities, you should use the shade of gray that resonates with you. You can find warm grays (yellow-based) or cool grays (blue-based), and they can be a versatile backdrop for any style of furniture, artwork, and accessories. Add shades of gray from dark charcoal to light gray in bedding, draperies, and window treatments.
Add Window Fashions
If you choose to bring color in through window treatments, Hunter Douglas could be your solution. Check out the Salt and Pepper hardwood Heritance® hardwood shutters, which is finished in a variety of techniques to create a one-of-a-kind piece of art for the window. You can select from a wide range of frame types that fit any décor. Also consider the Provenance® Woven Wood Shades in Charred Wood colored vertical drape by Hunter Douglas. Made of woven reeds, grasses, and woods, this window treatment can be customized with edge banding, creating a captivating conversation piece for any room in your home.
Adding Color to Your Home in Northeastern Pennsylvania
Dave Coleman’s Windows to the World proudly serves Northeastern Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas from our Mountain Top, Pennsylvania offices. We service Mountain Top, Wilkes Barre, Kingston, Dallas, Larksville, Plymouth, Exeter, Scranton, Conyngham Valley, Drum, Laflin, as well as Lackawanna, Luzerne and Wyoming, PA counties. Count on us for all your window treatment needs. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.