Using grey as the primary colour for this Parisian apartment, interior designer Gerard Faivre pulls off a bold and sophisticated look. Let’s see what he did.
Images: Mathieu Fiol
See more of Gerard’s work at www.gerardfaivreparis.com.
Light grey curtains throughout the home sets the tone, and a large printed carpet adds depth to the living room.
Wainscoted walls and doors in grey give the apartment a classical look, and the light brown flooring, laid in a herringbone pattern, adds warmth.
The lush velvet duvet is an elegant addition to the room.
Use colours like cream to brighten up the space.
The art piece above the headboard features a grey undertone, adding vibrancy to the room while sticking to the colour theme.
Mosaic tiles is one to introduce multiple colours or shades into the room.
A closer look!
For a darker room, the designer paired black floor tiles with black mosaic wall tiles. The brown vanity counter and lamp adds warmth to the room.
Don’t forget the grey accessories!