What Rugs Go With Sea Salt?

Sea Salt remains to be a very popular color. Why? Because it’s fairly neutral meaning that it can go with so many other colors. It’s a nice cross between blue and green and it has a very obvious coastal appeal. Here is a few examples of area rugs that will go with Sea Salt. You can of course keep it neutral or come in with some contrast.


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Waterscape by Sherwin Williams; Can I Use It on My Cabinets?

Waterscape SW 6470 is a great color but will it work on cabinetry? Yes and no. The surrounding decor will be key to how this works.

Today I’m sharing an email with you from one of my virtual clients. She loves Waterscape but wants to know if she should paint her kitchen cabinets this beautiful watery blue.

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How To Ease Anxiety With Color

Just about everyone has some form of anxiety at this point. Just about everyone wants to know how to get rid of it. My suggestion? Color of course!

The color choices here will vary depending on the person and their level of anxiety. I’m going to show you some colors, not necessarily for the wall but certainly for the soul.

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How To Get Sexy Colors For The Bedroom

What are sexy colors anyway? Are they the reds of Valentine’s Day? Are they seductive purples? How about pink? Sexy colors are a FEELING, a combination of colors that bring a smile to your face. Those colors are the ones that trigger pleasant memories of your past, and present. Let’s look.



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How Do I Choose Timeless Color For a Large Home?

Today I’m sharing a virtual design that I’m working on. It is a VERY large home with lots of nooks and crannies. When you have a large home, it’s imperative to choose timeless colors because you certainly do not want to repaint every five years.

Here I have a graphic of how the living room, foyer and, dining room are seen all at one time. Not only that, they open up to the rest of the first floor and can be seen from the open walkway on the second floor. These colors have to coordinate with each other and the flooring and decor of the rest of the home. Just to note, this is a staged home, and there will be new flooring and decor, so I have to choose the color for flooring and decor (just one area rug) I haven’t seen yet. This, my friends, is where intuition really comes in handy.

Timeless color for large homes

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Mediumship and Color

Mediumship and color, this is a BIG topic with various interpretations, but which ones are correct? Let me first start by telling you a bit about myself before I give you my opinion about color and how it ties into Mediumship.

I am a Color Expert. What does that mean? In a nutshell, it means that I have a degree in Interior Decorating and Design, specializing in just color. I have over 30 years of experience in the field and know color really well. I proudly say that I have many clients all over the country and internationally who hire me to design color for their homes and businesses.

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Superbowl Bowl Sunday Color!

How about a fun post today? This is just one thing I love about color; it can be expressed in so many ways. Here, I have some color you’ll want to sink your teeth into.

Buffalo Wings for Super Bowl? Almost, these are Buffalo Bites but still just as good for your #1 Super Bowl snack. So easy to make and I must say, the colors are just as delicious!

Buffalo Wings for Super Bowl? Almost, these are Buffalo Bites but still just as good for your #1 Super Bowl snack. So easy to make and I must say, the colors are just as delicious!

 

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Groundhog Day; A Day Of Repeating Patterns

What does Groundhog day have to do with color? A lot. So many of us stay in the same pattern of “comfort and ease” like, choosing gray for our homes, because it’s effortless and easy. Why not break that pattern and start stepping out of your comfort zone?

We are in a new year. It’s time to try new things, have new thoughts and create new directions.

Time is such an illusion. We do the same things every day, week after week, month after month, year after year. Time seems to go on, but sometimes we feel we are standing still.

What do you want to change in your life? What patterns do you want to break? What patterns do you want to create?

The interesting thing about life is that if we do not learn the lessons the universe presents to us, we will continue those patterns until we get it, understand it and live it. It will be at that time that we can move on, and change time.

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From The Email Box; Can You Help Us With Color For Our Home?

I love sharing emails I get from clients. This one is from a previous client who is purchasing a new home. Last time I designed color for her I went to her house. Now, she will be a virtual client. Will she understand this virtual process or prefer I come to her home? Here’s the email from my email mailbox.

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Newsletter Time!

So 2021 has rolled in and I’d like to try something different. A lot happens in between posting here so I thought I’d try a newsletter. This way, I can talk about a few things all at one time. What do you think? I think it’s a fun layout, let’s try it!

Click here to open the PDF to read it better.

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