Our painted hardwood collections include crisp whites, soft greys, as well as dramatic inky blue hues. These shades are infinitely versatile so we’ve put together some looks and trends that explore how you can bring these to life in a way that works for you.
Styling grey painted furniture
Understated, neutral and perfect for any interior scheme, grey painted furniture remains a popular choice for good reason. Whether you want a chic farmhouse look or a more contemporary finish, we’ve got different shades to choose from. Here are a few ideas for how to style some of our ranges of painted grey furniture.
Our Shay range is a warm mushroom-toned grey that’s ideal if you want to add a touch of homeliness to your room. We love how @mrsjessdaines has styled our Shay chest of drawers in her farmhouse-inspired bedroom that’s also infused with global style and multiple textures for a design-led look.
A modern shape and dark slate grey finish combine to create a design classic that sits perfectly at home whatever your decor preferences. The natural oak top offers a pleasing contrast that introduces warmth to stop the dark tones from overpowering. Take style tips from @our_surreyhome who has created a beautiful vignette with the addition of seasonal blooms and an elegant glass lamp.
Embrace a tonal palette
Our St. Ives collection is a style chameleon that blends brilliantly with a range of decors. Whether the backdrop is urban and contemporary or more traditional, the light grey finish and metal cup handles contrast beautifully with the natural, rustic oak top. Find inspiration from @thedaviesnest’s tonal living room that brings together different shades of grey and a mixture of textures to great effect.
Styling white painted furniture
White painted furniture is a versatile option that works well whatever your interior preferences. From opting for neutral tones throughout or choosing decorative touches that contrast, white furniture is the perfect anchor for bedrooms, living rooms, home offices and everything in between. Discover a few ways to style our white furniture ranges.
Evoke coastal vibes by combining white furniture with soft blue tones. Take your cue from @a_house_and_its_chows who has achieved a calm and serene Hamptons vibe in her bedroom. Our white painted Brompton range anchors the space, while the dusty blue matching panelled wall and curtains instantly add a stylish seaside touch.
White and green should always be seen. Bring the outdoors in with green decorative touches that pop against the white and grey top of our Brompton sideboard, as styled by @ourhomeinsuffolk. Combine different shades, such as olive and the natural tones of leafy green, for a simple display that packs a punch.
Styling dark blue painted furniture
Dark blue has become a firm favourite when it comes to painted furniture. The inky blue of our Highgate range brings instant class to any room, especially with its warm rustic top and bronze cup handles. Whether you like the idea of a modern farmhouse aesthetic or a more contemporary feel, dark blue painted furniture has it all.
Warm grey walls and panelling add a stylish dose of country style without going overboard. Our Highgate furniture fits in beautifully in this bedroom scheme by @rachelslovelyhome who has channelled a grown-up farmhouse feel with ease.
Pretty in pink
Dark blue and pink are a match made in heaven. Pick up style notes from how @myedwardianhouse has combined these tones beautifully in her Highgate larder. The backdrop of a pink wall, coupled with hints of pink crockery and linen, brings the whole look together to add style and function to the space.