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.
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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: jewel tones
Jewel tones are PERFECT for small bathrooms. The rich, saturated hues of sapphires, rubies, and emeralds make small rooms cozy, classic, and intriguing. Jewel tones are visually appealing and on an emotional level, make you feel like you literally are … Continue reading
When we first think of coastal colors the lighter hues comes to mind. How about adding some darker colors in the palette for a change? I think it’s time to get bolder with the coastals. What do you think?
This entire room is very dated and the scary part is it’s a home for sale right now in Waxhaw, NC. It can be a super cute reading room but need the right color and decor to make this room … Continue reading
I had a client yesterday who loved color and wanted jewel tones for her home. However, her husband liked neutrals. Today, I’m going to show you how to color compromise when the Mrs. likes color and the Mr. does not.