I’m Donna Frasca, Virtual Color Expert who specializes in JUST color. What does that mean?
I’m highly specialized in choosing color palettes for large homes, sub specializing in homes that have open floor plans, a Virtual Designer and now featuring Healing and Holistic Colors for the home.
I’m a color forecaster, color trend setter and an overall expert in the field of color. I know that sounds like a tall order but it’s my 30 years of experience that leads the way.
Please read the tabs located on the top of this blog to find out more about me and what I do. Meanwhile, I invite you to enjoy reading my blog, Decorating by Donna.
So I hope you enjoy this blog and feel free to contact me if you need a Color Consultation for your home, either in person or virtually.
Please keep in mind that there are design fees for all Professional color advice. If you can’t find the answers to your questions on this blog, I will be more than happy to help you and I do have PayPal options for your convenience.
Certified Color Expert,
Charlotte, North Carolina
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Category Archives: Gray
Surprise! It is NOT gray in any way, shape or form. Please stop using gray in the home! Gray needs to be sent back to the cemetery where it belongs not in the holistic home where people are living, enjoying … Continue reading
The gray trend is definitely on its way out but there are still some homes that are staged in this very precarious color for the home. Here are a few tips to think about IF and only IF you need … Continue reading
I did another post on What Colors Go With Gray Furniture in 2012 and it so needed to be updated. It’s still remains one of my more popular posts and color trends have changed quite a bit since 2012 so … Continue reading
Like Revere Pewter? Yes it’s a gray and there are so many colors that you can use with it but let’s think outside the box just a bit and look at three colors that maybe, you wouldn’t think of.
Should you paint your house beige? Gray? White? These are the popular choices but which one is the best choice to sell your home quickly? Let’s explore your choices.
Gray is one color that SO many of us have to be super careful of when we bring it into the home? Why? Because of the way it makes us feel. Continue reading
…and on the side of color – here is yet another example of a color palette I designed for a client who requested not to use gray. Are we finally watching the gray trend come to an end? Say amen!
It’s time don’t you think? Gray has had a long, beautiful run in the home but I am so ready to start promoting some new hues for the home, more importantly, some new neutrals.
If you want to transition out of the gray color palette but still work with it a little, here are some other colors that you can use. Bring in some light neutrals, a soft creamy white which is good for closets … Continue reading