50 shades of GREIGE: gray & beige interior design

Stepping away from dark finishes and heavy contrast; one of my favorite color tends in 2015 is neutral a gray and beige pallet… enter ‘greige’.

Dining Room, Light Wood, neutral
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Lighter wood finishes allow the character of the grain to show through. Combining soft textured fabrics and a subtle metallic chandelier, the effect of this room encourages classic luxury while appearing effortless.

The image on the right shows a finished space using a lighter paint color for the walls, with a refinished furniture piece to enhance the combination of tones in the flooring.

Living Room, Neutral Color
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Living Room, Sectional, Cream, Blue
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This living room creates a cozy setting for lounging and relaxation. Mixing the pillow fabrics and textures in the trow blankets reflects a contemporary take on shabby chic styling.

Gray Paint Pallet
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Inspiring pallets: Paint is the most affordable method to create a dramatic update for any room.

Gray Paint Palet and Beige
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Gray and Gold
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Beige Kitchen
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Taking a fresh approach to traditional white cabinets, this soft beige combination is a lovely balance with the stainless steel appliances.

Living Room, Cream, Grass Cloth
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Light wood floors and grass cloth window treatments carry the neutrals across the room and create a soft balance of color.

Cream, Natural, Chandelier
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A soft drum fabric chandelier positioned over the bed is a lovely accessory that is not only beautiful but functional.

Grass Area Rug, Natural, Neutral
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canvas, paint, neutral, abstract
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Neutral, nursery, children room, natural
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Textures in area rugs and canvas art highlight the subtle yet dynamic tones in a neutral pallet.

A child’s’ room or nursery does not always have to boast a bright color pallet. A neutral base allows room for growth and in decor as the children grow and hobbies change.

Ombre Curtains, nurtral, cream, gray
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Bedroom, natural, cream and gray
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Layering sheer panels to build an ombre window treatment is a subtle way to add depth in color. 

Bedroom, Neutral
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living room, natural, neutral, cream and gray
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Dining room, gray, wood floors, cream and gray
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Is it possible to accomplish this style without refinishing existing dark wood flooring? ABSOLUTELY!

Gray and Black, Wood table, hardwood floors
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For more industrial styling balance of a black feature piece of furniture and neutrals.

exposed brick wall, living room, area rug
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Exposed Brick doesn’t need to feel dull or unfinished: Soften it with light tones and soft textures.

Floating shelves with exposed hardware is an industrial and rugged installation that is softened with the neutral painted cabinets as well as the grass cloth window treatments.

Kitchen, Floating Shelves, Gray and Cream, White
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Hardwood Floors, Industrial Table, Neutral, Black and Cream
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Above all else, I hope that this post inspires you to do great work.



do good work, design, interior design, decor
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