Tag Archives: gray room

Taming the Tray Ceiling

It’s an age old-question:  how do you properly paint out a tray ceiling?     This is how some people think you should paint out a tray ceiling: One Word:  YIKES! That kind of multi-color chaos draws TOO much attention to the ceiling, and NOT in a good way. Looks like it’s time for The […]

Knowing What to Change and What NOT to Change When Decorating

Here in Nashville, there are many houses that were built in the 1960s and 1970s.  I see a lot of entry floors from that era that look exactly like this: Existing Entry Floor   This client had grown weary of her dark, dated entry but wasn’t sure she wanted to completely redo the floor.  Entry Before

Living In and Loving a Small Space

I wanted to share the cool home of Lizzy Carnie, a designer with EuroTrash.  EuroTrash in the brainchild of my best friend, Annie Brahler.  Ok, Annie doesn’t know I exist, but I think she’s divine!   Her home is my favorite house ever (to see why, check it out here).  Anywho, Lizzy is a cutie-pie with […]

Get Your Gray On (What You Need to Know About Decorating with Gray)

No question that gray is the new brown.  Do you love pastels, but don’t want them to look childish?  Choose a grayed version and it’s all sophistication.  Grayed pastels are rooted in Scandinavian design, which I personally love.  The gray below is about as true gray as you can get, but you can use gray […]