onthresholds_taupe at the Georges

While I have noticed recently that the decorating world seems to be having a maximalist, pattern-on-pattern moment, sometimes it is all about the hue and patina and texture, and a less-is-more kind of beauty that turns our heads. Here, on a long narrow covered porch, none of the elements are shouting for our attention. Instead the subtle gray-taupe of the painted brick, painted wood floor, stone table, architectural mirror, and tall silver lantern quietly make a statement. Even the pop of color from the pink hydrangea and the green palm in the simple square vase accent this vignette in a soothing, understated way.

2 thoughts on “the scrapbook: a monochromatic moment

  1. Thanks Mo! Trying out these little scrapbook mini-posts. I loved this ensemble when we saw it in Lexington, and I think you are right about our surroundings impacting our spirit!
    Thanks for reading along on the blog and sharing your thoughts!


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