Choosing a color palette for your home can be challenging. If it's one thing I've learned from working with a variety of clients it's that when it come to decorating your home, color choices are subjective. A wall color one person considers exciting and energizing, another person may consider too bold and even garish.
During color consultations and when helping my clients plan a decorating project, I often ask them to dig deep and reflect on what colors make them feel good. I also ask what color outfit do they feel most comfortable and confident in. You may be surprised to know that there is a direct correlation between color and your mood.
Have you noticed that you seem happier, more confident on the days you wear your favorite colored blouse, skirt, pair of pants or sweater? Similarly, a room's color can effect your outlook and mood.
The right colors can enhance your mood, your look and even transform your space.
With warmer weather on its way, you may be thinking of updating your home or even your wardrobe with hints of spring color.
Although the number of gorgeous springtime color combinations are endless, a personal favorite of mine for this season is the classic combination of cobalt blue and cognac.
Adding bold seasonal color is a great way to refresh both your space and your look.
Mixing bold patterns is certainly not for the faint at heart. However, this fashionista fiercely combines the classic color combination with pattern for an effortlessly chic, "ready for spring" look. Love it!
Combining pops of cobalt blue with cognac hued organic textures and textiles makes a neutral space warm and inviting.
Here saturated color envelopes the room and is used on the walls, ceiling, and shelving to create a cozy, cocoon-like effect. The glossy bright white cabinets, greenery and wood toned accents and accessories give the space a fresh, modern traditional feel.
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