When is Graffiti a good thing? When it’s on a beautiful table, highly polished and in a beautiful color.
I saw this table blast through my Twitter steam and I had to grab it. Yes it was that eye catching to me and one of the recent finds at High Point Market Fall, 2014.
What color should trim be? This sounds like an easy question right? Well if you see me writing about it here then you know the answer is a little more complicated then you may have thought.
I bet you’re thinking white right? Well you are right for the most part. But here’s where is gets a little complicated.
Sherwin Williams Whites
As I was typing my post yesterday on Benjamin Moore’s Guilford Green I was thinking about the other colors that will work well with it – of course the orange hue came to mind for me. I was thinking about the gray trend that is also still very present in most homes and was wondering, if people want green in their homes now will grey be forced out? Gray and green aren’t the prettiest together.
If gray is forced out what neutral will take it’s place?
- Beige? Oh no you don’t!!!
- White? No, too stark.
- Gray? Looks lifeless next to green.
- Blue? Too tootie-fruitie
- Yellow? Possibly
- Pink? Too cotton candyish
So what color will be the next “go to neutral” when green becomes the new hue to have in the home?
I was thinking a warmer shift away from the cool grays to something like this – it’s more than a beige and less than a gold. I just feel that homes will gravitate to warmer more inviting homey colors. Look how pretty this looks with Guildford Green. It’s showing a little peachy here which is fine too but add a little more yellow to warm it up.
What do you think? Kiss gray goodbye?
How striking this would look with white trim and dark wood flooring.
It’s a good green to have in the home! Look at this and tell me what you see. Do you feel good when you see this color? Relaxed? Comforted? Happy? This is what the RIGHT color can do for you in YOUR home.
As you’ve all been reading, I’m writing more and more about Holistic Color and this falls right into the realm of my new twist on color.
What is Holistic Color? Color choices that make you feel good Going to a back-to-basics way of thinking Eating healthy Living healthy Bringing healthy color into the home.
Click here to see the Slideshare presentation: Holistic Color … it’s color that makes you feel good! from Donna Frasca
Are you seeing the same colors over and over and over again? Did the color wheel just get smaller? Did the paint decks get smaller? Then why the heck are the same colors be used? There’s a very colorful world out there people so let’s put some of our faves on vacations and start hiring some new colors. What do you say?
Hi everyone! Hope you all are doing well. I have a 4 minute video that I’d like to share with you. It’s a continuing series of mine called “Color Quickies”. This one is super exciting to me because it has to do with Holistic Color and why we should have these “healthy” colors in our home.
Please let me know if you have any questions about this segment, I’d be glad to talk about it.
Is color just color? Heck no! Color is a way of life, and just like our food choices, color can be really healthy for the home. Today I’m going to talk about healthy color choices. It’s a very different spin on how I usually blog but I’m taking it up a notch and going to further explain why some color choices are better than others.
I’m shopping for a new sofa and it’s fun and frustrating at the same time! The only two choices as far as color go is a neutral (yuk) and a color (yay). Sound obvious right? So do I choose an “Oatmeal” color to be safe and classic or choose a color because what I have in mind is just so darn amazing?
Well Fall has just about arrived and I have so much to say about the Fall color palette so hold on to your hats and I’ll get it them out as soon as I can.
One of the first things that come to mind when I think of Fall, besides the amazing colors of course, is snuggling! Yes! It’s snuggle weather! I love the cool, crisp evenings that make you want to grab your partner and snuggle. Get the blankets, hot chocolate, jeans and big sweaters out because here comes the cozy!
Now of course you know that I’m going to tie in some kind of color palette to this post and show you which colors are snuggle worthy right? Right.