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 Virtual Color Consultation.
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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Tag Archives: living room
I usually don’t share client information but this one was a must. It’s EXTREMELY rare when clients ask for bold color for their home. Here’s how to pull that look off.
Did you know that you can decorate your home with Chakra Colors? Here’s a way to tap into your Heart Chakra for your living room – think green! It’s a great room to express love for the family. Decorating in … Continue reading
Oh I can’t help playing around in the Sherwin Williams ColorSnap app! I wish painting was this easy. Well at least you can get some idea of what your room will look like. Here I have Restful SW 6458 … Continue reading
I’ve written about the gold hue several times and there’s a reason for it, actually several reasons. First of all, gold is a “feel good” color. It’s closely related to yellow which we all know is one of those colors … 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.