How To Pick Paint Color in 5 Minutes or Less

Want to see how to pick color for a room in 5 minutes flat?

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Watch …

darker colorlight colorsafe color

All I did was choose colors from one chair and pair them up. They are already in the fabric and the fabric looks great right? There you go! You’ve just picked color in 5 minutes flat. You of course can do the same with bedding, drapery, clothes, artwork, just about anything at all.

You can add more, use less or use all these colors for your entire home just  mix and match them – all from one chair. Look around your home and try it out. Find a pillow, blanket or your hubby’s favorite shirt and just start with two colors.

Have fun … it’s just color 🙂

About Donna Frasca

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5 Responses to How To Pick Paint Color in 5 Minutes or Less

  1. Great advice! As you probably know by now, I love the ‘darker’ combination. The safe, is well, safe, but it is nice as well. The lighter colors are beautiful, too, but too light for me. I could really see that chair in my living room (hmmmm). Thanks again for all of your wonderful insight!

  2. Donna Frasca says:

    Something for everyone! My next post will be on Emerald Green. I’d love to hear your views on it tomorrow. Thanks Christine!

  3. How exciting! You know I’ll be there. I enjoy your blog (and style) very much.

  4. Donna Frasca says:

    … and I enjoy the company 🙂

  5. rugandhome says:

    Reblogged this on Rug & Home's Blog and commented:
    A great tip on how to pick out a color! Thanks Donna!

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