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.
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Charlotte, North Carolina
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Tag Archives: Undertones
Have a home with an open floor plan? The colors in this type of home should all have the same undertone. These colors should transition well from room to room, softly and unnoticed yet adding definition with color to define … Continue reading
Just like family members, we all don’t get a long and that goes for colors too. Yea I know that sounds silly but it’s true! I’m working on some virtual color palettes this week and the homeowner has carpeting, tile … Continue reading
For the most part, we think it’s pretty simple to choose beige for the home right? Wrong. Come see what can happen when you choose just any old beige.
Choosing color for your home is a huge decision and a confusing one at that. I’ve compiled a few color and painting tips that may help you along the way. I’ll be adding to this post so make sure you … Continue reading
You made the trip to Sherwin Williams, picked out your own paint color, painted your room over the weekend and then find out … your cat hates your paint color!
What does beige have in common with a Band-Aid? A lot! And that’s not a good thing for the inside of your home.
The kitchen. The core of the home. The center where the family meets, eats, starts their day, does their homework and hangs out in whenever there is a party. Since the kitchen is such an important room in the home, … Continue reading
How to get a super soft color for your bedroom. As the sunrise slowly peeks into your bedroom window it sneaks through the slats of your blinds. It emits a glow in your room, a soft delicate warm glow that … 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
Tan countertops? Would that be yellow tan? Pinky tan? Green tan? Gray tan? I’m sorry! You didn’t think this would be a simple answer did you? It’s almost as complicated as “What white should I paint my ceiling?“ Color is … Continue reading