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allisonray wrote:Jun 21, 2013
  • kellybrink

    Nope. they are still holding out on us! ;-*(

  • Gretchen Anderson

    This leads to a photographers website, not a designer, so he probably doesn't know the colors of paint used....frustrating!



jsaf237 wrote:Jun 25, 2015
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    Mary Davis Lc.
    It could be Down Pipe by Farrow &Ball .
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        veronicascionti wrote:May 5, 2013

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          jess_mcbride
          Jess McBride added this to Feel the Power of the Dark SideDec 8, 2016

          4. Be a friend to fabric. Upholstery fabric doesn’t need to be very light to stand out; it just needs to be set against an even darker background for contrast. The neutrality and scale of the delicate gray-on-gray pattern on this settee may have faded into the background of a beige or light gray wall. Do a piece like this honor by setting it against a dark backdrop where it can become the star of the room.

          joannasimmons
          Jo Simmons added this to How to Layer Tones of Gray for Depth and HarmonyMar 2, 2015

          Contrast light and dark. By using the same color but in both its palest and deepest incarnations, you can create a rich, contrasting look that is still harmonious and coordinated. Here gray has been used throughout, but the woodwork sports a deep, rich version, while the walls and soft furnishings are far paler.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          parkhome123
          parkhome123 added this to OtherMay 11, 2019

          Be a friend to fabric. Upholstery fabric doesn’t need to be very light to stand out; it just needs to be set against an even darker background for contrast. The neutrality and scale of the delicate gray-on-gray pattern on this settee may have faded into the background of a beige or light gray wall. Do a piece like this honor by setting it against a dark backdrop where it can become the star of the room.

          bevteel25
          bevteel25 added this to bevteel25's ideasFeb 8, 2019

          Email Save Contrast light and dark. By using the same color but in both its palest and deepest incarnations, you can create a rich, contrasting look that is still harmonious and coordinated. Here gray has been used throughout, but the woodwork sports a deep, rich version, while the walls and soft furnishings are far paler.

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