A gray farmhouse in Sweden

It has taken my quite some time to start liking gray. I considered it a sad tone until I saw the combination possibilities last year. Today I love gray combined with blush and white. I wear these two color combos and have them incorporated home too.

A grey farmhouse - Eclectic Trends

This Swedish farmhouse is all about combining a dominant gray shade with blues, white pigmented wood and other warmer shades. And the above living space (not sure if you can access) gives the whole place the warmth that make it look just comfortable. I would probably add a huge rug between the two sofas, depending on the style, you might get a complete new feel here.

A grey farmhouse - Eclectic Trends

A grey farmhouse - Eclectic Trends

A grey farmhouse - Eclectic Trends

A grey farmhouse - Eclectic Trends

Photography  Jonas Ingerstedt

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