November Color of the Month: Lump Of Coal

November 13, 2015

Being naughty has never been so nice! The perfect gift for all of us who have been wonderfully naughty this year- Lump Of Coal. Subtle textural tones of silver, gunmetal, charcoal, and ash create the many shades of grey in Lump Of Coal. 

As with all things seasonal, Lump Of Coal is here for a limited time.




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