Grey

Grey Envelopes Represent:

Neutrality: Grey envelopes and papers are impartial and dispassionate, it doesn't take sides.

Compromise: Grey is the transition between two non-colours, neither black nor white. It takes the middle ground, neither one way nor the other.

Control: Grey envelopes are reserved, quiet and conservative. It has a stea...

Grey Envelopes Represent:

Neutrality: Grey envelopes and papers are impartial and dispassionate, it doesn't take sides.

Compromise: Grey is the transition between two non-colours, neither black nor white. It takes the middle ground, neither one way nor the other.

Control: Grey envelopes are reserved, quiet and conservative. It has a steadying effect on other colours around it. This makes it a perfect compliment to other colours you may have in mind.

Effects of Grey Coloured Envelopes:

Indecision: Grey envelopes are a perfect backdrop, choosing to sit in the middle, not making a decision either way, sitting on the fence.

Depression: Grey can stifle and depress energy but it is also the stable base from which the new and positive can come.

Unemotional: Grey can appear neutral, objective or impartial, which makes our range of grey shades ideally suited particularly to the service industry.

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Grey There are 25 products.

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  • French Grey

    In using grey envelopes and paper in your business applications we at GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk strongly believe that you should fully understand the traits, qualities and mood of grey along with the psychological meaning this may have on your customers.

    The messages grey envelopes send to your customers can have a major impact on the levels of success of your business, peoples perceptions of your business and on any marketing and promotions you may be planning.

    • Grey is a conservative colour signifying neutrality, indifference and reserve.
    • Grey serves as a good background for other colours as it doesn't attract attention, allowing the other colours to take prominence.
    • Grey suggests security, reliability, modesty, maturity and dullness. It can imply that you can't make decisions, 'the fence-sitter', that you don't have an opinion on anything.
    • Grey lacks energy; it is neither reassuring nor soothing, neither stimulating nor exciting, neither pleasing nor inviting. It needs to be combined with other colours to give it passion, energy and life.

    Positive Colour Meanings in Business:

    • intellect, knowledge, wisdom, security
    • perceived as long-lasting, and classic
    • sleek, professional, mature
    • refined, dignified, conservative
    • controlled and inconspicuous
    • colour of compromise - between black and white
    • neutral, contemporary
  • Storm Grey

    In using storm grey envelopes and paper in your business applications we at GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk strongly believe that you should fully understand the traits, qualities and mood of grey along with the psychological meaning this may have on your customers.

    The messages storm grey envelopes send to your customers can have a major impact on the levels of success of your business, peoples perceptions of your business and on any marketing and promotions you may be planning.

    • Grey is a conservative colour signifying neutrality, indifference and reserve.
    • Grey serves as a good background for other colours as it doesn't attract attention, allowing the other colours to take prominence.
    • Grey suggests security, reliability, modesty, maturity and dullness. It can imply that you can't make decisions, 'the fence-sitter', that you don't have an opinion on anything.
    • Grey lacks energy; it is neither reassuring nor soothing, neither stimulating nor exciting, neither pleasing nor inviting. It needs to be combined with other colours to give it passion, energy and life.

    Positive Colour Meanings in Business:

    • intellect, knowledge, wisdom, security
    • perceived as long-lasting, and classic
    • sleek, professional, mature
    • refined, dignified, conservative
    • controlled and inconspicuous
    • colour of compromise - between black and white
    • neutral, contemporary
  • Soft Grey

    In using soft grey envelopes and paper in your business applications we at GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk strongly believe that you should fully understand the traits, qualities and mood of grey along with the psychological meaning this may have on your customers.

    The messages soft grey envelopes send to your customers can have a major impact on the levels of success of your business, peoples perceptions of your business and on any marketing and promotions you may be planning.

    • Grey is a conservative colour signifying neutrality, indifference and reserve.
    • Grey serves as a good background for other colours as it doesn't attract attention, allowing the other colours to take prominence.
    • Grey suggests security, reliability, modesty, maturity and dullness. It can imply that you can't make decisions, 'the fence-sitter', that you don't have an opinion on anything.
    • Grey lacks energy; it is neither reassuring nor soothing, neither stimulating nor exciting, neither pleasing nor inviting. It needs to be combined with other colours to give it passion, energy and life.

    Positive Colour Meanings in Business:

    • intellect, knowledge, wisdom, security
    • perceived as long-lasting, and classic
    • sleek, professional, mature
    • refined, dignified, conservative
    • controlled and inconspicuous
    • colour of compromise - between black and white
    • neutral, contemporary
  • Purbeck Pebbles

    In using grey envelopes and paper in your business applications we at GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk strongly believe that you should fully understand the traits, qualities and mood of grey along with the psychological meaning this may have on your customers.

    The messages grey envelopes send to your customers can have a major impact on the levels of success of your business, peoples perceptions of your business and on any marketing and promotions you may be planning.

    • Grey is a conservative colour signifying neutrality, indifference and reserve.
    • Grey serves as a good background for other colours as it doesn't attract attention, allowing the other colours to take prominence.
    • Grey suggests security, reliability, modesty, maturity and dullness. It can imply that you can't make decisions, 'the fence-sitter', that you don't have an opinion on anything.
    • Grey lacks energy; it is neither reassuring nor soothing, neither stimulating nor exciting, neither pleasing nor inviting. It needs to be combined with other colours to give it passion, energy and life.

    Positive Colour Meanings in Business:

    • intellect, knowledge, wisdom, security
    • perceived as long-lasting, and classic
    • sleek, professional, mature
    • refined, dignified, conservative
    • controlled and inconspicuous
    • colour of compromise - between black and white
    • neutral, contemporary
  • Dartmoor Granite

    In using grey envelopes and paper in your business applications we at GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk strongly believe that you should fully understand the traits, qualities and mood of grey along with the psychological meaning this may have on your customers.

    The messages grey envelopes send to your customers can have a major impact on the levels of success of your business, peoples perceptions of your business and on any marketing and promotions you may be planning.

    • Grey is a conservative colour signifying neutrality, indifference and reserve.
    • Grey serves as a good background for other colours as it doesn't attract attention, allowing the other colours to take prominence.
    • Grey suggests security, reliability, modesty, maturity and dullness. It can imply that you can't make decisions, 'the fence-sitter', that you don't have an opinion on anything.
    • Grey lacks energy; it is neither reassuring nor soothing, neither stimulating nor exciting, neither pleasing nor inviting. It needs to be combined with other colours to give it passion, energy and life.

    Positive Colour Meanings in Business:

    • intellect, knowledge, wisdom, security
    • perceived as long-lasting, and classic
    • sleek, professional, mature
    • refined, dignified, conservative
    • controlled and inconspicuous
    • colour of compromise - between black and white
    • neutral, contemporary
  • Jurassic Limestone

    In using grey envelopes and paper in your business applications we at GreetingsEnvelopes.co.uk strongly believe that you should fully understand the traits, qualities and mood of grey along with the psychological meaning this may have on your customers.

    The messages grey envelopes send to your customers can have a major impact on the levels of success of your business, peoples perceptions of your business and on any marketing and promotions you may be planning.

    • Grey is a conservative colour signifying neutrality, indifference and reserve.
    • Grey serves as a good background for other colours as it doesn't attract attention, allowing the other colours to take prominence.
    • Grey suggests security, reliability, modesty, maturity and dullness. It can imply that you can't make decisions, 'the fence-sitter', that you don't have an opinion on anything.
    • Grey lacks energy; it is neither reassuring nor soothing, neither stimulating nor exciting, neither pleasing nor inviting. It needs to be combined with other colours to give it passion, energy and life.

    Positive Colour Meanings in Business:

    • intellect, knowledge, wisdom, security
    • perceived as long-lasting, and classic
    • sleek, professional, mature
    • refined, dignified, conservative
    • controlled and inconspicuous
    • colour of compromise - between black and white
    • neutral, contemporary
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