Room Styling: Grey and Blush Living Room

 

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I love working on mood-boards, I can never start a project without it. Today I felt like a grey interior would look nice, as an accent color I added  a blush pink only in hints. What is cool about adding color in minimal doses, is that when you tire of a color you can always change it without throwing away anything major. A  neutral base is very flexible and forgiving, I loved adding marble, a chevron printed rug, a gorgeous Kelly Wearstler table lamp, some nice table accessories, and a breezy curtain. I curated these online, below you will find details of each item in the collage above and a link in case you would like to purchase!

I will be posting different room styles from time to time, please let me know if there is a specific look you would like for me to work on.  

La Perla Modern Classic Light Gray Velvet Contoured Sofa

  • 31 inches high x 96.5 inches wide x 34.25 inches deep
  • Constructed from pine wood and birch wood
  • Finished in black
  • Upholstered in light grey velvet
  • Fabric composition: 85% terylene and 15% nylon

Barton Boxed Back Armless Chair, Gray

W 35″ / D 34″ / H 34″ / 75 lb. General construction begins with a kiln dried hardwood frame machined for durability. Dowel construction is used throughout, along with glue, screws, and corner blocks. The suspension is uniquely determined for each frame for comfort and durability. Made in the USA

Halcyon accent table lamp by Kelly Wearstler:

  • Crystal finish for a perfect look.
  • Lamping: 1 x 75 Watt 120V Type A Incandescent bulb (not included)
  • Finish: Crystal
  • Shade Color: Linen

 

 

Modrest Silvan Modern Marble & Stainless Steel Coffee Table

This modern yet classic coffee table combines the timeless allure of white Calacatta finished marble table top with the contemporary feel of a delicate stainless steel lace work base. Each coffee table is completely crafted and requires no assembly.

  • White Calacatta Marble Top
  • Round
  • Stainless Steel Base

Modrest Silvan Marble & Stainless Steel End Table

Expertly crafted with a gorgeous white Calacatta marble tabletop and featuring a chic stainless steel lattice base, each end table is the perfect accent to any room’s decor. Effortlessly blend the appeal of the timeless marble look with a single piece or build a room around a set. Each table ships in single units and requires no assembly.

  • White Calacatta Marble Top
  • Round
  • Stainless Steel Base

 

Pillows made from Kelly Wearstler’s Channels Fabric. This will be a stunning addition to your sofa or an easy way to spruce up that occasional chair in the corner. The design repeat of this fabric is larger than the pillow size, pillows may look different then the photos.

Pillow Set :

  • TWO 18″ x 18″ pillows filled with loose polyfill and sewn shut
  • 100% Solution-dyed acrylic Sunbrella Cast Petal fabric
  • Cording in same fabric
  • Clean with mild soap and water
  • Indoor or outdoor use
  • Pillow dimensions are based on measuring along the cut edge of the pillow, not the width of the stuffed pillow. Once filled with poly fiber, the height and width will be slightly less than the measurements ordered. For example, a 18″ x 18″ pillow will have finished dimensions around 17″ x 17″.

 

This Pink Throw is thick, lush and rich. This faux fur throw is a stunning addition to any couch, chair or bed. It looks and feels of real fur without harming any animals.

  • Faux Fur
  • Pink
  • Face Fabric 800 gsm; Back 180 gsm
  • Cozy feel, super soft and flexible texture.
  • 50”H and 60” W.
  • Cold water wash. Do not iron.
  • Machine washable.
  • Use stain/spot remover if needed.

W 108″ / D 144″ / H 0.25″ / 49 lb. Pure wool recreates the original texture and soft colorations of antique dhurries prized by collectors. The Dhurrie weave is native to India and every step in the production process faithfully follows the traditions of local artisans.

“The Pegs of Arcachon Bay” Framed Photo Print, 24″x24″

Characterized by masterful clarity and precision, this framed photo print recalls the photographer’s former life as a painter. Featuring pegs in the Arcachon Bay in Southwest France, the scene is bathed in soft twilight, creating a calming, ethereal effect. Laurence David may have substituted brushes and pencils with computers and cameras, but her mind is still driven by the same passion. Teaming up with her husband and daughter, all their work is printed in-house using graphic art printers and heavy matte photo paper. Actuelle’s “Pegs in Water” by Laurence David offers an original, subtle interpretation to create a lasting impression.

  • Square, large format
  • Black aluminum frame with Perspex® acrylic sheet
  • Printed on premium matte paper using a graphic arts printer
  • Laurence David exclusive for Actuelle in the USA
  • Designed and made in France

Blending Note : Muguet, Lemon/Rose, White Jasmine/ Musk, Sandalwood
Decorate your air with lovely fragrances diffused by wooden twin sola flowers unfading in full bloom.  Inspired by a clean and adorable image of muguet bouquet, a touch of exquisitely feminine and charming jasmine scent will gently spread and fill your space with floral fragrance.

 

Dior: A beautiful coffee table book perfect for this setting

The Gospel According to Coco Chanel Book: I love this one because it is a different version from all the other Chanel books.

 

Belgian textured linen panels are designed to bring an airy look and feel to any room. The lightweight construction allows soft light to filter through for a glowing effect. The Belgian sheer drapery is hung on your favorite curtain rod via sewn in rod pocket, adding yet another touch to the richness and luxury of your decor. Exclusive Home is North America’s leading supplier of home textiles.

8 Replies to “Room Styling: Grey and Blush Living Room”

  1. I am in Love with Kelly Wearstler, she has such style and sass. Grey is such a wonderful base colour to work with, my home has a lot of grey accents ,Blinds, light grey linen throws and even a huge grey chalkboard that takes up the whole of my study wall, I see it as a neutral in a way, mixed with blush it looks so stylish. Do you think this colour palette would work with dark wood my new home has dark wood floors that I cant really afford to change at the moment, perhaps you have some other suggestions ?

    1. Thank you for your comment, I am a big fan of Kelly Wearstler as well, she is so creative and edgy. As for Dark wood, I think this palette could work perfectly with it, it all depends on the style you like. Going for an ‘ ash’ toned wood will give it a more Nordic feel. If you prefer to have a brighter space, why don’t you get a very large carpet that would cover up a major chunk of the floor? All the best of luck!

  2. Thanks for your article, but, what’s a mood board?  I imagine it’s got to be related to home decorating given all the wonderful suggestions you show on your article.  Never much paid attention to my home decor until somebody pointed it out recently:  bare walls (as in no pictures), and disparate pieces of furniture just won’t do.  So I’ve determined to take a cue from these hints, and to start looking at how to arrange things around the place.  Your article is a good starting point for me.  Thanks for putting it together.

    1. Thank you for your comment Hugo! Indeed a mood board helps us explain to the client the style of the space and the ‘mood’ which usually has the colors and the feel. Glad you liked the post!

  3. Hello, love your article! I love grey and have a lot of it in my home, I think it looks really stylish! It’s also nice to have muted colours, and not lots of bright shades which are not that relaxing!

    I think it looks really classy and expensive, love the marble and blush touches!

    Great products listed, you really know about interior design! 

    1. Thank you Kate! Well yes I am an interior designer, and furniture is my passion. Neutrals are always the easiest to start with and usually have the longest life span, you don’t tire from them easily. With neutrals, the space can be transformed from a feel to another depending on the color you like to add. 

      Thank you for your comment!

  4. What a wonderful site, very helpful ideas. 

    I really like this article about matching furniture with the different accents. 

    Our house is very small and it is really tough to do many changes to give a room a different look and feel, so I haven’t changed anything in quite a while, but is over due for an update. 

    What are the current color schemes or trends? I am wanting to paint our living room it is currently a pail gray and our living room is about 12′ x 14′ our recliners are a dark brown and our sectional is a multi color cloth gray’s, blues and cream.

    And the carpet is … wait for it… dusty rose… yes I know it needs to go. So was wondering if I should return to having carpet once we finally take it out or do a hardwood or laminate floor as we do have pets both dogs and cats. 

    I look forward to finding out your suggestions.

    Thank you

    1. Thank you Monika for your comment! You can do simple changes that would create a facelift for your space. I have a post on the 2019 trends https://objectsandmore.com/hom… but when it comes to your home it is better to go with a scheme that you feel comfortable with. Pale grey is an easy base to work with, blues and creams go perfectly with it. As for the flooring, I always prefer hardwood flooring, unless there is a budget issue then you can go for pre-engineered or laminate flooring. They are easily cleanable, won’t be full of allergens and dust and pet hair. You can always put a rug on top to add some style or just warmth.

      Good luck!

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