I’m Donna Frasca, a Virtual Color Expert who specializes in JUST color. What does that mean?
I specialize in choosing color palettes for large homes, sub specializing in homes with open floor plans, a Virtual Designer, designing Healing and Holistic Colors for the home.
I’m a color forecaster, color trendsetter, 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 at the top of this blog to learn 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 Virtual Color Consultation.
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Tag Archives: grey
Love the classic yellow and grey color scheme? Well thanks to the wonderful and humorous imagination of my Fort Mill, SC client, he coined the term “Grellow” when referencing his new living room color scheme of grey and yellow. Now … Continue reading
Lemon Sorbet is Benjamin Moore’s color of the year for 2013 and we all know by now how hot gray is but which gray will look good with Lemon Sorbet? There are really several, actually many grays that will work … Continue reading
This post has been updated, and you can read it here: What Paint Colors Go With Gray Furniture? I have to give credit to gray. For a color that is so neutral and really neither here nor there it’s really … Continue reading
Just when I thought gray peaked a year ago, it’s becoming more popular than ever. I’d rather see articles about “The Best Grays” than read about how beige is so wonderful. So what do we know about gray and do we … Continue reading