It’s a cold and dreary February morning here in Texas. I don’t want to get out of bed. 36 degrees may seem warm to half of the US right now, but my skin has definitely thinned out in my years removed from the Mitten State. Although I can’t seem to count the good things about this time of year on 2 hands, one thing that can be beautiful is the peaceful solitude and lack of color. Grays + creams seem to go hand-in-hand with winter. They are soft and subtle. Deep and calming. They make you just want to curl up in a corner with a blanket.
I think that is why this color combo is so popular in bedrooms.
A kitchen composed of all neutrals is my absolute fave. I love how light and open it feels.
Gray and cream can be quite stunning. And stylish.
I love the soft gray tones, but also the charcoals, too. They add just the right amount of drama and contrast to the space
Check out this lovely paint palette from Better Homes & Gardens! (click on picture below to get more info on colors)
This look is pretty hard to mess up. Just pair varying neutral shades and textures together, in a mix of warm and cool, and you’ll have that polished, relaxed look:
sofa, chair: Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams | pillows: dwell studio | paint color: Benjamin Moore, Kendall Charcoal | rug: Dash + Albert
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