When it comes to fashion, gray has been a wardrobe staple for centuries.
Able to shift from grunge to gorgeous, gray does it all.
Traditional, and I do like traditional.
|J Crew's Bird's Eye Tweed|
Grungy grays, the perfect dress down palette.
And you thought gray wasn't sexy?
|Sophia, Princess Palatine, around 1658,|
from Emile de Bruijn's brilliant blog Treasure Hunt
Out of the closet and on the wall, gray is incredibly versatile. Gray deserves all the current buzz and attention lavished on it in the press and blogs.
Gray knows no cultural boundaries.
|Exotic. The Om Khaltoun Suite at the Mena House Oberoi, Cairo|
Makes an elegant dinner partner.
|One of my top 10 favorite rooms, Gerald Pomeroy's dining room for the 2008 Boston Design Center Dream Home.|
It can be worldly, sophisticated.
|I love this town house by Steven Gambrel.|
And here's a combination rarely seen in Hollywood....calm AND glamorous.
|Blue Gray paint from Farrow&Ball.|
Have you noticed how colorful color looks with gray?
Do you think gray is too dark for your walls?
I've heard "too dark!" once or twice ----- especially when there is a glaring lack of lighting
in the room.
When the sun sets, lamps are a wonderful thing.