What Are Compact Colors?

Just like women choose the right combinations of eye shadows, the colors we choose for our home should have the same consideration. There should be a light color, a middle tone, and a darker color for impact. These are what I call Compact Colors.

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I really like these Compact Colors! Let’s break them down.

The tan is a great overall color for just about any room. I can see this color in an office, bedroom, or kitchen area. Sure, kitchens have very little wall space, so when you choose a color, make sure it has an impact. I also like this color because many granites have this golden brown in it, and it’ll blend beautifully!

The neutral, like highlighting our eyes, is used to lighten hallways, stairwells, foyers, and any common space in the home that needs a little extra light.

Last but not least, the accent color. This green can be used as an accent wall, a full wall color, or used as a color feature in the room. By adding this green, you can highlight the aspects of your home you want to feature, just like a beautiful eye. 

If you’d like to purchase this Compact Color for $55, take a screenshot of it and include it in the message area in the form below. It’s available in Sherwin Williams, Benjamin Moore or Valspar.

About Donna Frasca

I am an energy that has found a new vibration and frequency. Through many years of writing, learning, and experiencing, I've found comfort in trusting in myself and in Spirit.
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  1. Pingback: I Really Like These Compact Colors! | Decorating by Donna • Intuitive Color Expert

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