Magenta may be the color of the moment, but neutrals will never be over for this lover of Parisian inspired greys, greige, and earthy pale stone hues. Let’s enjoy a collection of serene greige and luxe ethereal aesthetic from creatives to follow on IG. Also find two gorgeous light grey paint colors to consider.
Serene Greige Mood to Soothe
Ethereal Luxe from Rebecca Goddard
Rebecca Goddard offers bespoke elements for living, consciously handcrafted from enduring stone. See more possibilities for ageless creations RIGHT HERE.
I would feel right at home in spaces this minimally chic!
Is the tone on tone speaking to you?
The table above is an example of the bespoke furniture she creates, and the soulful pieces take my breath away.
I’m sure you’ll fall for her feed as I did!
Ethereal Luxe & Minimal Parisian Chic Vibes
Does your wardrobe match your interiors?
Because there’s not always a seamlessness to those things if you ask me.
I love wearing red yet almost never use it for decorating.
Here’s another home I’m ready to move into…this one’s in Copenhagen:
So cozy and tonal!
If earthy muted neutrals are your vibe, I bet you are already swooning.
For me, February and March weather can be brutal, and I need my surroundings to be extra cozy, comforting, and gentle.
Have a Favorite Greige?
There are so many gorgeous possibilities, and here’s one I learned about from Sherry Hart:
It’s beautiful inside…
And just in case you need another gorgeous grey to complement your Balboa Mist…
Isn’t it dreamy?
Farrow & Ball Ammonite
Ammonite is a naturally understated grey that walks that line between warm and cool in a lovely way.
Look at how equally beautiful the color reads in rustic environments (above) and elegant cozy ones (below):
In a more traditional space, this timeless greige feels fresh and soothing.
More Understated and Gentle Interiors to Inspire
Warm creamy walls in this luxurious bedroom by Rose Uniacke make me want to grab my paintbrush this very moment…dreamy!
This serene moment from our former home is the sort of mood I hope to create in our new bath under construction.
While I couldn’t find another teeny maid’s tub like the one above, I was able to score a cast iron beauty.
Recalling Parisian Greige Glory
Trending colors come and go, but the natural, earthy, pale ones…
I just never tire of them! And I soaked up plenty of Paris greige tones when we were there!
Fortunately, you can bring them home with you.
And the potential for different interpretations is endless.
Do you love your greige-y neutrals with black?
Or is it too austere for your taste?
With natural wood tones, greys can add an elegant dimension.
And how clean they feel with crisp white shiplap!
Not that there’s anything wrong with grey painted shiplap!
Bedrooms with greige can feel tranquil and meditative, and kitchens?
Yes, please. Ready for a beyond chic fantasy one with gray cabinets and marble that will make you cry?
Fantasy Tour of a Texas Home
Believe it or not, Kendra Scott’s home is in Texas, not the Italian countryside.
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Thank you for yet another beautiful post! Such beautiful, dreamy, and soothing shades. We renovated a house and just as it was finished, my husband got a job offer. It was one of those offers that don’t come along very often and saying no was not an option. Had put my heart and soul into decorating the house along with many design choices, including paint colors. The entire house was painted in a Farrow and Ball greige tone that had a green base. We liked it so much, we used the same color palette for the new home. It’s subtle, but makes the white trim pop!
Must have been so bittersweet to leave after putting your heart into it. How fortunate that you liked the color in the new place. Just as often, I hear about colors that worked dreamily in one house and were all wrong for another. Undertones make all the difference, along with how the sunlight interacts with them. I’m living in GREIGE city up in here!!! 🙂