Pink at the 2010 Grammy's and Grey Decor

I admit, I am a fan of Pink. The color and the person. I love the fact that  she can sing with her rocker voice, and the next moment can turn around and sing a beautiful ballad.  Pink first "spoke to me" years ago as I held my daughter in my arms. During the course of a television interview she talked about what it means to be a girl, and the strength every girl needs to be herself, not a cookie cutter image of someone else.  Just last year, as she was separated from her hubby, she described him as "still yummy".  It was a joy to see them together at the grammys, and both looking so yummy!    

My favorite grammy 2010 dress, by far. It was layered, color blocked, and a little blingy. This dress proved to be glamourous and sexy, but not trashy. It was also soft and feminine, but not too foofy. The long earrings.....
perfect, and the silver hollywood clutch, so glam. The colors perfect for her, but these colors are also perfect for decorating!

Grey is the peaceful color. It surrounds us with calmness, but also sophistication and elegance. It can wrap us in a haven of contentment as the world around us goes in many directions.

Just like with Pink's dress, grey looks wonderful when used with graduated grey colors; white to black. 
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Grey can take on a masculine look, so if you want more of a feminine look add something with curves, (like the table in the picture above), or ruffles, (like the shower curtain below). Lovin the ruffles!
                                                                  

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The curves in the picture below include the wallpaper, the chairs, and even the feminine side table pulls. This kitchen is singing a ballad to me!
 
The bedroom picture (below) is the perfect mix of how grey can be both feminine and masculine. The masculine four straight poster  bed and heavy solid window drapes are paired with a feminine sheer bed curtain and round table. It's a perfect mix for a master bedroom.
 
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Grey is also a great decorating color because it can be paired with ANY COLOR. Look how luscious the jewel tones look against a grey wall.

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Isn't this picture (above) FABULOUS? It's from designer Sally Conran. She takes the grey, black, and white, AND totally rocks it with hot pink.  

So my girlfriend, Pink, I'm standing in line to borrow that gorgeous grey dress of yours, (insert laughter as I can only wish I could fit into that teeny tiny waist).  You did look fabulous. 

Ele