With an A not an E.
Someone answer that for me....
and while you're at it, answer which rug I like better, which would go best under my dining room table, and does greige go fine with a very deep espresso color?
If the answer to the last question is no, please don't tell me because I have gray, greige, and espresso wood colors along with white in my dining room.
There are metal elements like silver chicken wire shades on a bronze light fixture.....
There's some chocolate brown painted chairs, glazed with a dark espresso stain and a gray graphic on off-white drop cloth......
There is river rocks and the natural color of cement with a light-ish wood floor.....
I've got two tones of some Sherwin Williams "greige" paints on the walls that I forget the names of, and white trim that I thought I saw Brawn cry over as he painted over the stained wood .....
And I need a rug under the table.
8x11 is probably the size that works. Nothing more will fit - I think 9x13 is too big, anything less will be too small.
Mohawk - have your people call my people.
Do I want something with some color like choice D?
In my very dull un-colorful house that might be a nice surprise and according to the description, the background is greige. They call it a gray brown.
And what doesn't clash with the surrounding rooms? The dining room is open to everything.
Also.... why did I open the big bag of Angies Sweet & Salty popcorn that was on the counter while I was looking at rugs?
I ate two cereal bowls of it while I typed up this post.
Lastly, should I be spelling greige - griege?
You know, the I before E thing I also learned in California.
Subscribe, Bliss Ranch arrives magically!