Jul 04, 2016 2:52 pm
Hi. I'm struggling to pick carpet. My walls are a light grey although they are slightly darker than I thought they'd be. I like soft pale tones.
I'm struggling with carpet colour upstairs. Downstairs were having timber floors. I know grey is the obvious choice but I don't want the place to look too cold.
I'm considering a light beige /tan carpet. Can I get your opinions if this would work. I'd hoped to download photos but can't seem to get that to work! I'm nervous it will look odd!
Re: Carpet help for grey walls2
Jul 04, 2016 2:57 pm
Maybe look at a dark grey with brown tones, not blue tones - the blue tones make it look cold, brown towns will warm it up. That may sound odd but grey tends to either be with blue or brown underneath.
Can you choose your carpet from anywhere? there is once at Carpet Call called California Twist - 'Hollywood' - Hollywood being the colour. It is a nice grey with brown undertones.
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Re: Carpet help for grey walls3
Jul 04, 2016 3:01 pm
Ive may have managed to figure out photos.
This is a link to an album- it shows the light carpet I'd like to get but am nervous about. And also a darker carpet but I find this Tok dark for my tastes!
http://s349.photobucket.com/user/Sofa22 ... t=3&page=1
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