"This pale gray-blue is soft and soothing. It's kind of like sea glass where it can look blue or green -- and it works with both. And it's great with neutrals or cream. I've used it in a beach house, a traditional home, a sorority house -- so it has a lot of flexibility." -- Janie Hirsch, Atlanta designer
You love the classic, uniform look of subway tile, but you don’t always want to create a solid wall in a single shade. These lovely tiles, in shades of blue and brown, take all the guesswork out of creating a smooth transition from one color to the next. Each box of these 3” x 6” glossy glass tiles contains shades of pale blue and grey that blend beautifully together to create a stunning final product in any wall in your home. Whether you’re creating a tiled bathroom, tiling your kitchen…
Roman shades bring color to the pale kitchen.
So clean and fresh looking!
Pale Blue Scarf....to match the bag : P
When working with a largely neutral color palette, wood textures often have the ability to tie the entire space together. By adding planks to the ceiling in a similar shade as the flooring, attention is attracted upwards and around. The cyclical visual effect, when coupled with the earthy gray and mocha tones of the stone and wood finishes, is what makes this dining room so successful.
Paint Color Spotlight 2 neutrals to use in high or low light situations for beautiful results
Each year, paint companies release forecasts to predict paint color trends for the coming year. For 2016, expect a move from cooler colors to slightly warmer tones. Here are our favorites!