Grey & Black Vertical Blinds
According to a leading UK fireplace company a fireplace and wood burning stove supplier, black is back. The company released a statement, saying: “It will make a comeback this year, in all its sleek, dark stylishness and will be paired with metals to add a touch a glamour. Black is not a colour to dominate an interior or else it will create a ‘spaceship’ ambience.
However, when used with the right accessories, pattern and furniture, the result can make a real statement. Black should be used to add sparkle and allure and could also be used boldly to create a talking point. We’ve a surround designed by Kelly Hoppen, The Pinter, and it is a key example with its granite frame being enveloped by shiny polished brass with a black granite hearth and deep black panels.”
Our Vertical black range pays tribute to this, with varying black tones and effects to choose from. Acacia Black or the Roxy Noir would look good incorporated into a decor using brass and burnished metals. The walls, however, should be muted to allow for the bolder elements to make a statement. Salsa Monochrome cuts through the black to create a wicker effect.
The greys available in our Vertical section range from the subtle Roxy Blackout Grey Whisper to the Roxy Rock or Roxy Graphite, both variations of slate grey.