Grey And Blue Living Room

Grey And Blue Living Room

Roche Bobois and Vitra furniture fill this *****, grey and blue living room. It’s an extremely unusual design: grey parquet floors, ***** ceiling and doors, blue sofa and *******. The open space, or great room, combines living, ******* and dining. From Ganna Design, and located in Taipei City, the “At Will” house has design presence. The original cement ceiling, now *****, provided the inspiration and the base from which all else flows. The parquet floor is a **** of *** unto itself with its chevron design pattern. They’ve used the ******* hue of blue – the color adds such playfulness to what would otherwise be a very dark room. And the light fixtures are simply amazing. They blend well with the style of the room – yet could easily steal the show in a less controlled setting. Can you imagine living here?
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Grey And Blue Living Room

Interiors Living Room Ideas Previous Next Rachel Whiting no.326 Soft blue-grey scheme The blue-greys of the drawing-room walls, sisal carpet, unfussy curtains and deep, slim-backed sofa form a neutral palette for discrete splashes of colour in designer Jane Churchill’s small Chelsea **** – including two chairs covered in silk ikat. Taken from the October 2011 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Teresa Levonian Cole. Like this? Then you’ll **** How to decorate with blue + 647 more
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Grey And Blue Living Room

The case for solids When there are so many lovely patterns to choose from, it’s easy to dismiss solid coloured cushions for being boring. In the right space, solid cushions can really establish the room’s colour palette like in this dove grey and buttery yellow living room. 16 Rewarding Grey Colour Combos.
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Grey And Blue Living Room

Previous Next Rachel Whiting no.326 Soft blue-grey scheme The blue-greys of the drawing-room walls, sisal carpet, unfussy curtains and deep, slim-backed sofa form a neutral palette for discrete splashes of colour in designer Jane Churchill’s small Chelsea **** – including two chairs covered in silk ikat. Taken from the October 2011 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Teresa Levonian Cole. Like this? Then you’ll **** How to decorate with blue + 647 more
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Grey And Blue Living Room

Previous Next Rachel Whiting no.326 Soft blue-grey scheme The blue-greys of the drawing-room walls, sisal carpet, unfussy curtains and deep, slim-backed sofa form a neutral palette for discrete splashes of colour in designer Jane Churchill’s small Chelsea **** – including two chairs covered in silk ikat. Taken from the October 2011 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Teresa Levonian Cole. Like this? Then you’ll **** How to decorate with blue
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Grey And Blue Living Room

no.326 Soft blue-grey scheme The blue-greys of the drawing-room walls, sisal carpet, unfussy curtains and deep, slim-backed sofa form a neutral palette for discrete splashes of colour in designer Jane Churchill’s small Chelsea **** – including two chairs covered in silk ikat. Taken from the October 2011 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Teresa Levonian Cole. Like this? Then you’ll **** How to decorate with blue
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Grey And Blue Living Room

Example of a transitional living room design in Toronto with gray walls — HouzzIn fact, bright, vibrant color can sometimes distract from interesting artwork, furniture, accessories or a nice view out the window. This living room feels light filled, airy and inviting. Darker colors are used as small accents here and there — ******* for someone who prefers more toned-down, neutral hues. The harmonious mix of soft gray, green and blue makes for a soothing and sophisticated living room. — qianguo EmbedEmailQuestion
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In fact, bright, vibrant color can sometimes distract from interesting artwork, furniture, accessories or a nice view out the window. This living room feels light filled, airy and inviting. Darker colors are used as small accents here and there — ******* for someone who prefers more toned-down, neutral hues. The harmonious mix of soft gray, green and blue makes for a soothing and sophisticated living room.
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In fact, bright, vibrant color can sometimes distract from interesting artwork, furniture, accessories or a nice view out the window. This living room feels light filled, airy and inviting. Darker colors are used as small accents here and there — ******* for someone who prefers more toned-down, neutral hues. The harmonious mix of soft gray, green and blue makes for a soothing and sophisticated living room. — qianguo
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The blue-greys of the drawing-room walls, sisal carpet, unfussy curtains and deep, slim-backed sofa form a neutral palette for discrete splashes of colour in designer Jane Churchill’s small Chelsea **** – including two chairs covered in silk ikat. Taken from the October 2011 issue of House & Garden. Additional text: Teresa Levonian Cole. Like this? Then you’ll **** How to decorate with blue
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 A mix between ***** and white, gray is by definition a neutral. Decorating with gray can can be warm or cool, dark and dramatic or bright and *********.  I am very into gray, but only if the trim is right. If you don’t want to paint your living room white, but want to keep the space nice and bright, pale gray is a great alternative. It can be a flat, boring color so choose your tone with care. Chech out these 69 Fabulous Living Room Designs to inspire you!
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If you prefer a neutral color for your south-facing space, gray is the ******* choice. Just remember that grays, like all colors, can have warm undertones. It’s **** to avoid ones that “read” taupe or greige. Instead, look for a gray that leans toward blue. In fact, depending on the time of day, this type of gray could appear as if it’s actually blue. However, with a bluish undertone, you’ll know that you’re getting a neutral that will cool down your sunny space and provide a contemporary look.
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If you’ve purchased something that you ****, but it’s just not working in your space, consider what you could add to help the piece feel more at ****. Often this means repeating a color from your *** purchase somewhere else in the room. In the living room featured here, vibrant lime green is repeated in a pair of X-benches and throw pillows for a rich look that feels intentional and pulled together. 7. Glaze or layer color on walls.
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But there are other neutral colors and you can mix them if you want. In this room, the designer has mixed shades of beiges and browns with several shades of gray: light silver-gray, medium steel gray and also deep charcoal. 8. Add ***** (or almost-*****) for punctuation. In this room, the ***** on the cowhide chairs adds a strong bit of punctuation and so does the dark color on the rugs — more of a charcoal.
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Steely gray can help create an intimate décor for the living room. You can paint the walls gray and if you want to go even further you can also paint the ceilings and the floor the same color. It would be like a gray canvas that you can then complete with all sorts of little decorations and details. If you want to add some fun and vibrant color accents you can always use the drapes, the rug, the lamps, the pendant, the pillows or the artwork.
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A ’tile’ rug is a stunning centrepiece, nicely framed by the corner sofa. The shades of gray, ***** and white are ultimately modern colours, but mixed with patterns and texture, they give this living room a casual, relaxed air.
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As for the different color combinations that include gray, purple is always a good choice. Red, blue, brown or yellow are also nice options to take into consideration. And since gray is nothing but ***** and white combined, you can also use it with the classical ***** and white and maybe with some subtle touches of red. Even though gray is a color with character, it’s still considered a neutral so a complementary tone is always welcomed. To avoid a dull interior, you can try playing with textures and patterns.
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Bright colours, such as this lemon yellow, used sparingly with soft tones of gray and blue create a chic look. Mirrored alcoves create the illusion of more space and frame the fireplace, drawing the eye to it as a focal point.
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In a simple colour scheme, mix matt, glass and textured finishes to create detail and interest. These wall units are a genius way to create a focal point in a room with no original features.
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If you’ve had bum luck choosing paint colors in the past, it could be that you were making things harder on yourself than was necessary. Some colors, like pink, are especially difficult to get just right. Neutral hues like gray, beige and soft browns, as well as pale, silvery blues are quite forgiving. This room: Coventry Gray.
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