What Colours Go With Warm Pewter Dulux?

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Looking for that perfect light to mid grey shade for your interior? Warm Pewter Dulux could be just the contender!

I love this warm grey shade from Dulux, it’s super versatile and looks great in bathrooms, living rooms, hallways and bedrooms.

Let’s explore this grey shade by Dulux further, and look at what colours go well with Warm Pewter Dulux to help you with your decorating design needs.

What Colour Is Warm Pewter Dulux?

Warm Pewter is a light to mid grey shade that is highly versatile for multiple rooms in a home. This mid grey shade has blue undertones so it pairs well with blues, other neutral colours and shades that make a statement.

Not sure how it will look in your interior? Always purchase a tester pot and paint a swatch in your chosen room, this will allow you to look at the shade in different lights before committing.

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What Colours Go With Warm Pewter Dulux?

Tonal Combinations

Warm Pewter has undertones of blue which helps to bring softness to this grey shade. Pair with a muted blue shade such as Mineral Mist or add a more defining shade such as Lost Lake.

Introducing a darker shade like Lost Lake is great for grounding the room, think of adding it to skirting boards, architraves and doors. Alternatively bring it into the space with decor accessories, cushions and throws.

Combining with these blue shades is perfect for creating a coastal inspired interior.

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Neutral Combinations

Grey has long been a popular colour for interiors because it’s so neutral. Combining with other neutrals such as Cornflower White (a greige) or a darker shade such a Monument Grey is great for masculine, neutral and even minimalist interiors.

This combined colour scheme can feel quite cool, so do lift the shades by adding in a pop of colour, be it a warm cream to keep things neutral or a bold statement like mustard yellow.

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Designer’s Choice Combinations

The beauty of a shade such as Warm Pewter is that it can be combined seamlessly with both neutral, and bold shades. Add some sunshine to your interior by combining with Orange Fizz or Soft Peach, I love the softness of this colour!

Introduce these warm shades to your interiors with bedding, cushions, throws and decor accessories.

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Warm Pewter & White

If you’re looking to create a nautical inspired room, warm pewter with its blue undertones is perfectly complemented by white for a fresh, nautical feel.

These two colours work well in living rooms, hallways, bathrooms and bedrooms. Pair with jute accessories and natural furniture for an authentic look.

Warm Pewter & Cream

If white feels a little bit too clinical, introducing a cream shade will add warmth and depth to the room. Use it in a similar way to white, or bring it in with beautiful decor accessories and throws with materials such as boucle, wool and calico fabric to add gorgeous texture to the room.

Warm Pewter & Black

Black and grey is a timeless pairing of colours. For a modern interior, black is a defining accent colour that will ground the room. Introduce it with small accents such as with interior hardware details like cup handles, sockets & switches and chair legs.

Perhaps for a moodier aesthetic you might want to bring black in as the dominant colour, with Warm Pewter Dulux used as a complementary colour.

Warm Pewter & Mustard Yellow

Grey can seem cold without the right complementary colours and mustard yellow is a classic pairing for grey, bringing warmth and depth into the equation.

This tends to create a masculine decor scheme, but it can be incorporated into modern design too.

Warm Pewter & Earthy Green

Introducing Earthy Green into the equation with grey will ground the room and provides a soft, thoughtful touch to an interior. It’s perfect for a neutral colour scheme.

Introduce it in subtle details such as curtains, cushions and throws. Think about texture and pattern too, this is a great way to add depth and character to a space.

Warm Pewter & Blush Pink

Blush pink is one of my favourite complementary colours to a grey like Warm Pewter. It adds a feminine touch, and you only need to use it on a few well placed items to benefit from its warmth.

Introduce it with decor accessories, cushions, throws, curtains and even rugs.

Where To Buy Warm Pewter Dulux?

Warm Pewter Dulux can be purchased from most B&Q stores, but it can also conveniently be picked up from the following online stores;

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Nicole Sage

Nicole Sage is the founder of Sleek-chic Interiors and is a highly experienced interiors writer and skilled home renovator who has a passion for all things design. She has been featured as an authority at Pinterest, Ideal Home, Daily Mail and in countless other interviews. For 8 years, Nicole has written, observed key interior trends, renovated and undertaken interior short courses at the renown KLC school where she has gained her grounding interior design principles. With a keen eye for detail and a love of creativity, she shares her expertise on the latest interior trends, practical DIY tutorials, and styling inspiration to help others transform their homes into stunning spaces. With a commitment to delivering informative and engaging content, Nicole inspires and empowers readers to explore their own unique sense of style and create beautiful, personalised interiors. Contact her at hello@sleek-chic.co.uk for interiors advice, colour questions and any commentary.

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