Grey duvet covers are the 3rd most searched duvet cover in France, with 1900 searches per month, after white (4400 searches per month) and blue (2400) duvet covers.
In the UK, grey duvet covers are the number one choice with 8100 searches per month, followed by white andpink duvet covers.
Light grey duvet covers are searched 210 times per month, more than charcoal duvet covers at 140 searches per month, followed by dark grey at 90 searches per month.
It is said that grey is not a colour but a shade, which is more associated with sadness and bad weather. However, bad weather is a very good excuse to laze around in bed, the perfect opportunity to see the glass half full.
Make colour combinations with the grey duvet cover
You'll be spending a third of your time under your duvet cover, and every time you walk through your bedroom, your eyes are bound to land on your bed. There is a certain satisfaction in contemplating a beautiful bed, well made and which fits perfectly with the decoration of your room.
When it comes to decoration, it's all about harmony. Grey, because it is neutral, is an easy colour to associate with other colours, warm or bright colours, you will easily find what you need to create beautiful palettes, for a unique bed, to your taste.
Grey is often associated with pink, red or yellow. You can even combine your grey duvet cover with patterned pillowcases. If you opt for a total grey look, you should know that this colour is rarely 100% neutral, there are many shades: from the very soft pearl grey, to the very cold steel grey, via anthracite grey, and the famous taupe grey (90 searches on Google), which is a warm mix of grey and brown, which is sometimes classified as a beige colour.
In decoration, the colour grey brings modernity and elegance, which are always appreciable qualities in one's interior. This shade also has the merit of being soft, soothing and calm, a perfect mix to spend beautiful nights in your grey sheets.
Choose a material for your grey duvet cover
If you have chosen elegance in the bedroom, don't neglect comfort. Grey bed linen comes in a wide variety of materials. Given the amount of time you spend under the sheets, we always recommend bed linen made of natural materials. There are grey duvet covers made from organic cotton, cotton, linen and even hemp. You can also find natural weaves such as
percale or satin, which offer softness and strength to the sheets. As for synthetic materials, there is a wide range on offer, since the advantage of synthetics is mainly their price.
You can buy a cheap duvet cover in polycotton, viscose, bamboo viscose, satin or synthetic percale... but beware, it is better to opt for a quality product, which has been designed to last, rather than having to change your bedding which will have difficulty withstanding the many washings. You risk spending more on
La Chambre Paris grey duvet cover
La Chambre Paris manufactures duvet covers in percale, satin and linen certifiedSTANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®, of high quality. Our concept is to offer, at an affordable price, sustainable bed linen made with respect for the environment. Our materials are woven and assembled by a family business based in Portugal, which has been working with textiles for several generations. Our grey duvet covers are available in grey percale, a soft and silky weave, and in taupe satin, a very light weave and extremely soft to the touch.