Category Archives: Color Palettes

Yes, the weather has been friggin’ freezing, and maybe that’s why design is heating up with warmer colors! In last week’s post about an awesome show house, this room by designer Lauren DeLoach definitely seemed to be the favorite among readers.   Photo by Jeff Herr. Terra cotta and dusty teal, layered with neutrals for […]

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Spring has finally sprung here in New Hampshire. Or maybe I should say summer. We went from 30 degrees to 85 degrees in the course of 2 days. With the warmer temps, my daffodils have emerged (more than a week later than last year), heralding the spring with their trumpets held aloft! I’m in a yellow mood. […]

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Some people are attracted to every shade of blue. I happen to be a green girl. My dining room is in a sage green Schumacher wallpaper (read more about beautiful sage/sea foam rooms here) and has a sage and coral silk rug. I almost always break out my vintage Limoges and Wedgewood china (I have the Columbia pattern […]

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I got the idea for today’s post while going on a color consult. The client wanted to have a gray room, and I have nothing against that at all! But it did make me think about beige and how trends and attitudes about beige in all its varieties have fluctuated recently. We’ve known for at least a […]

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First of all — congratulation to Beth, who won the gorgeous Jess Franks Art Calendar from last week’s post! Thanks to everyone who read and commented on the post. I hope you enjoyed learning about Jess and her beautiful work. Now, on to business! Every year, marketing and retail entities roll out their “Color of the […]

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