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#KreoLovesLocal - Grey

by Maggie Pana November 25, 2015 0 Comments

The colour grey is a timeless and practical colour that is often associated with loss or depression. Dark, charcoal grey communicates some of the strength and mystery of black. It is a sophisticated colour that lack the negativity of the colour black. Light greys can carry some of the attributes of the colour white.

Personally I love the colour grey, it provides the perfect backdrop for pops of colour. Let's take a look at some of our local creatives using the colour grey.

 

How amazing is this marble cushion by @jamast_?! It's been perfectly styled and photographed by @youngmumstufff

Your walls are not complete without a piece of resin art by @jade_made_arts. Such an eye catching piece.

I'm tassel crazy at the moment! Seriously cannot go past this chunky falling tassel by @grimesyandrat.

@baudandco make my heart sing with their range of amazing beanbags! This is a perfect example of mixing different colours and patterns with grey. It seems @girl.bosses.au agree!

Amazing white and grey styling by @maegabriel featuring a 'Carrara' marble candle by @lovelypair. I think I want to live there!

Concrete grey goodness is all happening at @thehuntedhomewares. Perfect scandi Christmas display!

@bulbbeautiful have made concrete an awesome fashion accessory with their range of polished concrete rings! Yes please!

Snuggle up with a handmade quilt by @rosaleesroom! This quilt ticks all the boxes! Picture from @rialianne.

So there you have it, my love affair with grey will continue for quite some time. What are your thought on the use of grey? Like? Love? Loathe? I would love to hear your thoughts, so pop a comment below.

Maggie x

How to join the fun and play along with #KreoLovesLocal:

  • Tag your work (or the work of someone you adore) with the hashtag #KreoLovesLocal on Instagram 
  • Loop in and follow Kreo Home on Instagram
  • Hit the blog every Wednesday to see if you’ve been showcased! It's that easy!
 




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