7.26.2012

shades of...

My favorite neutral color combination is gray and cream.  Shades of those, paired with a pop of yellow, orange/coral, or blue, is what I'm dreaming up for my new living room.  Did you catch that?  Yes, I'm moving again.  That's why I've been MIA the past two days -sorry!
Gray and cream together is not always the most thought-of combination, but I think it's just dreamy.  Here are some swoon worthy photos I found on Pinterest.









Xo-M

10 comments:

  1. loving this color combo! It's so chic yet inviting :)

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  2. I love gray and cream. Also gray and brown. Beautiful combos.

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  3. This has me re-thinking my entire color palette I picked out for my apartment now! I love the gray and cream together! So soothing!

    Xoxo

    http://www.sosimplychic.blogspot.com/

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  4. Megan, I always love reading your posts! I've been following for awhile, but don't always comment. I love this color combination for your new living room! It looks so chic. Also, completely unrelated, I wish you had a button I could use on my blog!

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  5. Love gray and cream, and gray and gold...we just bought a house, and we are using a couple different shades throughout the house! I will be posting photos soon!

    xo,
    Brooke
    www.decorgreat.blogspot.com

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  6. Gorgeous- gray and cream is my favorite. It's so easy to add in pops of color if you feel it is too boring. It just looks so clean!

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  7. Love this color combo! So chic!

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  8. I love gray and cream too for room decor! I'm all about the neutrals :)

    katiesbliss.com

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  9. Love the look!!! Great post :)

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