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Shades of grey I (cool)
“Slender and lissome, she had skin of the purest white and features the very emblem of candor and modesty; her large dark blue eyes, more tender than lively, seemed to express love at the height of delicacy, sentiment at its most voluptuous. Her mouth was deliciously formed, her teeth white and beautiful; she seemed a little pale until one's gaze fell upon her and then she burst to life, fresh as a rose. Her brow was noble, her hair, so nicely patterned, ashen blonde in great quantity. Gray is now the most popular color for paint…in fact, it has surpassed white! If you look at Sherwin William’s Top 50 paint shades, the #1 shade is a gray! In fact, among the top 50 paint shades, 20 of them are gray. And, if you look at the color wheel, you’ll see there are tons of grays. Specialty of this painting - Shades of Grey 1 is Cool Grey with 6% of blue. It is the most popular grey paint color because it's the perfect hue for any living space, whether it be a family room or bedroom. Grey is the color of harmony, balance and security. Yellow flower is a type of objective beauty, attracting humans with their harmonious colors, soft curves, and symmetrical forms. Green color used in the painting suggests stability and endurance, hope and growth. Green also has a calming effect and symbolic meaning of hope, peace, gentleness and modesty. It is soothing, refined and civilized with great healing power. Grey is mostly neutral yet add more depth and interest to a room than white. Gray is timeless—and you can rest assured that it's a color that won't go out of style anytime soon. Gray is both chic and neutral. So, it’s super easy to decorate with. It goes with almost everything. How to choose your GREY? If you prefer a more relaxed vibe, choose a softer cool grey (with bluish tone) Cooler tones include blues, grays, greens, light purples (or mixtures of that include these undertones). They are more soothing and calming. They remind us of the sky and water. Cooler tones tend to recede and hence make spaces look larger.