Saturday, August 4, 2018

A Neutral Palette

 I have never been one for neutral colors, but for those who lean in that direction, here are some ideas. From Southern Lady:
Although conventional wisdom says that dark colors make rooms appear smaller, this approach proves the opposite. Charcoal gray cloaks the walls, trim, and ceilings for a cozy and cohesive effect that’s amplified by the gray sofa. Gold, bronze, and taupe accents pick up the subtle hints of brown in the paint color. In this ivory kitchen, rustic woods and textural surfaces lend interest without disturbing the tone-on-tone scheme. A wash of barely-there green on the island and built-in hutch adds an extra layer of color, yet still reads as neutral. (Read more.)


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