1. Paint Selection
Row 1: Pillows. These pillows from West Elm are beautifully simplistic and just enough to add some character to your couch or bed. They are the perfect touch on a dark charcoal gray, white/cream, or blue couch, not to mention how incredibly soft AND durable they are (do you have a dog? I do!)
Row 2: Throws. Throws are so important because they add a cozy texture to a space which is exactly what you want in your welcoming living room. Number 1 +2, & number 3.
Wall Art & Decor. Tying your wall art into the decor of your room unifies your space and maintains an even flow. Try putting these pieces above your fireplace or in a focal area of the wall as a statement piece.
Number 1, number 2, number 3, number 4, number 5, number 6.
Home Accents & Accessories. The best way to make colour pop is through the use of accessories that relate and coordinate with one another. Simply keep the colour scheme throughout and the accessories will complete the space! This mess of accessories are from the collections of both West Elm & Pottery Barn.
- Coconut oil
- Four Vitamin E capsules
- A small container
Melt 2 tbsp of coconut oil in a microwave safe container for approximately 30 seconds. Once it’s completely melted, puncture the vitamin e capsules and add them to the coconut oil. Mix well then pour it into a small container and put it in the fridge to harden.
Apply this at night before you go to sleep as it IS oily and therefore not something you want to wear all day / put under your makeup.
I hope you all love this as much as I do.
Let me introduce you to a few of my favourite greige paint colours that have been pushed aside but definitely deserve more attention.
1. Balboa Mist
3. Chelsea Gray
5. Rockport Gray
My other favourite from Benjamin Moore, Rockport Gray is a very natural and earthy colour. It has almost a moss-green feeling to it with brown underneath; giving off a very earth tone appearance. I love this colour in smaller doses. For example: as an accent wall, in a kitchen that doesn’t have much wall space, and especially as the colour for your kitchen cabinetry.
I know that Revere Pewter is all the rage but take my word for it – these colours deserve your attention as well, along with so many others in the Benjamin Moore collection.
Make sure that you pick the colour that is right for you –
not just the colours that are popular on Pinterest this month!