Woods & Rivers Color Scheme - We would use creamy white as a primary color and use that bold dark brown as a striking accent wall. Blue and green would come in through textiles like rugs and pillows while soft gray would pop on a sofa and chair.
"When you hear 'gray' you think dreary, but this is a wonderful gray that has a lot of light in it, especially when paired with white trim. Even on a dreary day it looks good. Plus, it's a color that works well with so many other colors. It's absolutely beautiful with peacock blue accessories." -- Mary Hickey, Minneapolis designer/
Give your wall an unexpected piece of rustic and stylish storage space with a hanging rope shelf. Grab a circular saw, a drill, some common boards, natural manilla rope, and just a few other items noted on our project guide. Get the step-by-step tutorial and more information on our monthly workshops when you click-through.