Grey is a fabulous neutral that easily gives a bathroom a modern facelift. It works incredibly well as either a main or accent colour， sitting comfortably next to utilitarian white， as well as primary and pastels. Grey also has the ability to be used in a wide range of decorating motifspersonalized newborn baby gifts， from contemporary and industrial loft to luxury spa and hotel. You will need to chose the correct shade of grey to avoid making your bathroom looking too chilly or too dark.
Think about the size of your bathroom and the amount of natural light it gets before you choose the hue. As bathrooms are inherently small in size beware of using too much charcoal or dark slate. If your bathroom is north facing avoid using very pale hues as these can give a chilly， cold feel. As we are all too aware there are at least 50 Shades of Grey， according to Pantone there's actually over 100， and that's without the sequel 50 Shades More!!canvas throw pillow covers
Most of my frames got a new coat of primer and paint. Some frames I painted white, then used leftover Magnolia Green paint from our painted stairs project for the photo mat. With the other frames, I layered chalk paint using this technique.
While I’m playing in Utah, I’ve got a team of talented bloggers sharing amazing projects like this colorful?DIY Wood Slat Sign from my long time bloggy friend Leanne from Organize and Decorate Everything. Creating and making your own wood sign is one way to bring your personality into you home! Reminds me of this DIY Summer Banner Sign. Please help me thank my guest bloggers by leaving friendly comments!
One of the reasons I?love living a minimalist lifestyle is how our home easily transitions from one season to another.