Friday, November 20, 2009

I want this grey.



HERE.

27 comments:

Will said...

Beautiful project--so unexpected. People must bug out when they come over for the first time...! Sophisticated interiors and architecture. And it's a great grey!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful.
I have a similar gray in my bathroom and a vintage black chinoiserie chest topped w/ marble and made into a sink.
The gray we used (after trying several) was Behr Premium plus. Silver Sateen minus 25%.

An Aesthete's Lament said...

Like the palest possible fog.

my favorite and my best said...

gorgeous. it's like mad men in the future.

Anonymous said...

Having seen this house in reality, let me tell you the gray is just the start! It all gets more and more beautiful as you go through the house. My favorite house ever!

sis and sis said...

i would suggest 'walking on clouds.' available at your local costco. yeah, costco sells paint now. no smell. quick dry. and if you're good, goes on with one coat. good luck!

Rose C'est La Vie said...

I'm smug. I've got some.

mary said...

Love the grey--but I covet the chest of drawers.
Thanks.

Jersey Girl said...

Just painted my bedroom "Nimbus" by Benjamin Moore, it looks close to this...beautiful and so serene, soothing and calm!

Blue said...

The whole house is in shades of the liveliest grey you'll ever see. It's a beautiful place.

kelly@TearingUpHouses said...

yes, yes, yes! i have been wanting a gray room JUST LIKE THIS foreva eva. if you find out the color, do tell!

kelly

Anonymous said...

Either Lacey Pearl or Paper White from Benjamin Moore. Have used them both=YUM.

Samantha said...

I think it might be cloud gray by ben moore, 2107-70.

Blue said...

Forgot to say - three of my bedroom walls are Cornforth White (a wondrously soft grey) from Farrow and Ball. The wall behind the bed is upholstered in grey suede and the curtains are grey silk.

pillow mint said...

that house! omfg!
the dining room buffet area and that KITCHEN.
who says money can't buy happiness?! :)

Anonymous said...

hmm. their studio is about 2 miles from my house. *chuckle* one day i'll be able to afford them...great work. ansley is an amazing neighborhood too.

Brilliant Asylum said...

The Ansley Park Glass House has been a huge inspiration since I saw it on the Modern Atlanta tour last spring. It starts with this traditional, soft gray entrance and gets slowly more and more modern & industrial as you head toward the back. Seriously genious design.

Jane said...

Try Shaded White by Farrow & Ball.

Anonymous said...

Good eye. I barely registered this as a color. It's like a concentrated white, almost.

MoreSkinnyDays said...

I love the juxtaposition of the steely appliances and barely there greys against the warm and deep wood.

Vanessa Francis said...

This home is beautiful. I love the monochromatic colour scheme, the pool and rooftop deck.

stephendrucker said...

Benjamin Moore Edgecombe Gray might do it in Seattle light.

msen said...

my two cents: Toasted White by Glidden. yes it is indeed available at the home depot.

Penelope Bianchi said...

Brilliant post.......and brilliant comments.....

try "blackened" by Farrow and Ball.

WOW!! It was originally white with "lampblack" (made by the residue of burned somethingorother kind of oil)...

gorgeous.....

Kristine said...

Might be Barren Plain by BM. Looks beige in the store, but reads gray at home on the walls.

LB said...

I want the chest of drawers.

Anonymous said...

Must be done really, really carefully in order to avoid looking twee. Best bet is white.