Commemorating One Year at Grey House

One year ago, on February 17th, 2012, Grey House (Fifty Shades of Grey on Twitter) was established. It’s rather difficult to believe that this milestone is upon us. It would not be the remarkable experience that it is without your contribution and support, which we value beyond measure. We are most honored by you, our followers.

The world of Fifty Shades could only be brought to life by re-telling Christian and Ana’s story, beginning with Fifty Shades of Grey, continuing onto Fifty Shades Darker and currently, Fifty Shades Freed. Over the course of time, we have expanded, extracting and bringing to life events that might be otherwise unexplored.

We reminisce with pride on what we have brought to you to date. Our kindest regards and deepest gratitude as we embark on another year.


Grey House


You’re Cordially Invited…

To the wedding of Christian Grey and Anastasia Rose Steele as they join together in love and strength…

Please RSVP to @GreyWedding. We look forward to you joining us.

A special thank you goes out to Ms. Rose @Pantone431 for the creation of our invitation.

Through good times and in bad, from this moment on…

Dear Followers,

We have reached a significant milestone in our story with with the conclusion of Fifty Shades Darker. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for allowing us to…*smirks* dominate your timelines. To those of you who are new in joining us, welcome to our world. Thank you to all who have been with us from the beginning and who have followed along the way. We are profoundly grateful for your continuous support.

But we’re not finished with you yet.

Got your attention now, haven’t I?…*eyes imperceptibly narrowing* Answer me. Good. Please join us as we move into Fifty Shades Freed; the next chapter of  Ana and Christian’s lives on December 8th, 2012. We look forward to your attendance.

Sincerest thanks from everyone here at Grey House

“He knew that when he kissed this girl, and forever wed his unutterable visions to her perishable breath, his mind would never romp again like the mind of God.”

F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby