This post is an oldy but a goody. In honor of the movie release of 50 shades, this weekend, I am reposting this from March of 2012. It really stood up over the past few years. A classic never goes out of style. The color, not the book.
Gray is a complicated color, like the character in the books I, as well as MANY others cannot seem to put down, the trilogy ~ 50 Shades of Grey. I am rooting for Grey, cheering him on, championing him. I am consumed with all things Grey/Gray.....
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It's strong and masculine, it's neutral and soft, it's dignified and timeless. It plays well with other colors and makes a statement standing alone. It can be warm or cool. I don't think we give Grey enough credit!
|Mary MacDonald via Decorpad|
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|Max Azaria via Elle Decor|
Don't you wonder about the spelling as well? Is it Grey or Gray? The English say Grey, while the Americans say Gray. But I am told it is fine to use them interchangeably. Grey aims to please; it can be anything you want it to be ~ it just wants to make you happy. Gotta love that in a
So many were raving, I had to see what the commotion was all about; to distract me from my blogs and magazine addiction is a tall order. Written like pulp fiction, violent and erotic, you are on this roller coaster ride, and you don't want it to end. Trust me, you are riveted .
Now I have to see the movie and decide for myself if all the buzz was worth it. How about you?