"We live in a recently renovated old bank building. We found photos of the building from 1913 and had one put on canvas. It is in our grand entry way and looks terrific!"
"I am a Shutterfly customer for life! I ordered the wrong size (it was an obnoxiously huge picture!) And they helped me return it and order another. They were so great - very customer service oriented. Hard to find these days! Thank you Shutterfly!"
"Awesome product. Well Made. EXACTLY what is shown in your cart during check-out. Shipping time was spot on. I will definitely order more. Thanks for such an easy process."
"Product came out perfectly and they shipped quickly!!! Didnt hurt that it was on sale :-)"
"Turned out great!"
Do you remember ten years ago when beige was everywhere? It was a popular neutral color for walls, carpet, pillows and accents alike. The whole world went crazy over beige and home builders began using it as their standard. Well, move aside beige, because a new leader has emerged in home décor color. Grey has quickly become the front runner for a good, solid neutral color in homes, fabrics and even automobiles. Introduce it in your house to create a light, cool background that feels welcoming, clean and trendy.
It’s time to ditch the beige and replace it with a rich grey in your home, but where do you start? Here are a few ideas to help you subtly (or not so subtly) add this new “it” color to your personalized home décor. Whether you decide to incorporate one or two, or add them all in, you’ll soon be enjoying a sophisticated tone that naturally highlights the room’s best features.
Alongside grey, another new decorating trend that has recently exploded in popularity is discount canvas prints. Consider adding a few grey canvas prints from Shutterfly to lighten and brighten the space in the room. It even adds a personalized touch to your space.
Get creative and use stencils and grey paint to create your own masterpiece feature wall in your home.
Grey is one of the most popular colors for throw rugs right now. Grab one or two with a sweet floral design or an edgy Aztec one.
One of the biggest decorating mistakes is to go overboard with any given color. Adding too much grey to the room will make it look like someone threw up a raincloud. Incorporate grey as a neutral, and add in pops of several colors (blue, pink, green and more pair well with grey) to even out the tones in the room. Happy decorating.