Colour schemes incorporated into interior design needn’t always be inspired by sunshine, blue skies, earthy hues and verdant green. The use of blacks, greys and whites can also add some serious class to the interior space.
Using black and white along with the many shades of grey can add drama to any room in the house from the sleek modern bedroom to a formal living area. For instance, a blackened navy wall, courtesy ‘Paris Skies’ adds depth to the living space. Architectural features can also be highlighted using black and white combinations.
Another suggestion is to accessorise white with grey features to create a dramatic look – this colour scheme really suits older style rooms with architectural features.
Colorbond Ironstone is a deep shade of black that can be used as a stunning feature colour behind the fireplace, livened up with ‘Athens’ on the remaining walls, with trims in ‘Wattyl White’.
Crisp white walls used in tandem with an ‘Urban Grey’ feature wall create a sense of high glamour and drama with a modern and sleek appearance.
Wattyl is a specialist supplier of paints, primers, finishes and decorative paints with operations in Australia and New Zealand.
Image: This colour scheme really suits older style rooms with architectural features. The use of white, accessorised with grey features, creates a dramatic look.