50 Shades of Grey

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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Kelly Hoppen

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

John Lum AIA

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 man,  I mean color.

Michael Abrams

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Glen Gissler

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 .   

Laters, baby

Now I have to see the movie and decide for myself if all the buzz was worth it.  How about you?

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