The colors I have here are from Benjamin Moore Color Stories. I’ve always loved the colors in this collection for several reasons.
For one, the names are really spot on – I mean who doesn’t love Butter Cookie? So what does these colors have to do with calming? Let’s find out.
I love designing color for homes that have these beautiful archways. However, when you also have an open floor plan, the one question I always get is, “what color should I paint the archways?”
So you want to hear something cool? As you may know I have two websites, this one and www.AngelHug234.com.
Ever wonder how I combine these two careers? After all, one is designing color for homes and the other is delivering messages from our past loved ones (bet you didn’t know that about me.) How the heck does that work right? I’ll tell you.
I’m going to start tweaking my Color Services. I’ll be posting palettes such as this one and selling them as is.
Over the years I have compiled a list of the colors that have sold the most and will be designing simple color palettes such as this one and selling them for one price of just $50.
The laundry room, if you’re “lucky” enough to have one, is the one room in the home where you can have tons of fun with color.
Most laundry rooms have doors so if you would choose a color that is, a little out there, who cares! Just close the door.
The main thing is to choose color that you love and that feels fun to you. After all, you might as well be surrounded by your favorite colors while you’re in there right? Right.
After talking about color for over thirty years, I find comfort in knowing that there’s more to color than just pigment on the wall. There’s color in EVERYTHING so pay attention to those things that catch your attention.
I got an email this morning about Sea Salt that I’d like to share with you.
I offer so many color options for your home. You can choose just one color for the room of Mom’s choice for $15 or color for her entire home. Contact me to find out what you need. Color makes a great gift ❤
Decor boards! Once you have your color palette set, find the decor based around that. Some Designers work “backwards” and choose the color palette last. Why would you want to do that the walls in your home MAKE up the largest part of your home? Color palette first then decor. Once you have your color palette you can order larger chips to bring with you as you shop – shop smart.
I thought it would be fun to show you some of the Virtual Design boards that I work on. I’ll call them Color Tips.
When choosing color for you kitchen, tie it in somewhere else in the home. Most kitchens don’t have that much wall space because of all the cabinetry and appliances so just echo the color elsewhere in the home.