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”Lately, I’m loving an energetic combination of hot pink, turquoise, and chartreuse,” says designer/author Valorie Hart, offering her own New Orleans office as vivid proof.  When these hues are used with a neutral like greige (grey-beige) or white, "a room can support huge swathes of this strong color and still look sophisticated,” Hart says.

“I have a big fetish for gray and yellow,” says Asheville, North Carolina, retailer/stylist Susan Chancey, who often brings these colors together by mixing raw wood furnishings with industrial metals and a smoky mirror . For spark, Chancey adds pops of red or blue, like the antique rug in shades of burnt red and indigo that anchors her dining room.

Echoing the natural compatibility of fire and wood, interior designer/author Gary McBournie likes to warm spaces with luscious chocolate and persimmon. Dark brown lends chicness but not severity, and orange, he says, “always gets a good response."

The 216- Color Webmaster's Palette . This is the world's first look at the entire set of browser safe colors arranged symmetrically by hue.

HGTV helps you choose paint or home décor color schemes and combinations for kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms and more to set the right mood in your space.

Color Lisa is a curated list of inspiring color palettes based famous work of the world's greatest artists. Each palette was painstakingly created by color obsessed ...

Color is both a journey and a celebration. Exploring options is part of the design process and the fun. Dark colors convey an air of mystery and drama, while light colors create a feeling of spaciousness. Each imparts its own unique mood to create the perfect ambiance for your space. Color is both a journey and a celebration. Dark colors convey mystery and drama while light colors create a feeling of spaciousness. Each shade imparts its own unique mood and ambiance to your space.

Escape from stress in your own home sanctuary, surrounded by the people, objects and colors you love. Bedrooms and bathrooms are private spaces, perfect for colors that sweep you away from the cares of the outside world. Take a deep breath and enjoy a moment of relaxation in rooms touched by whisper white, misted green and shadowy lilac-gray. Escape stress in your own home sanctuary, surrounded by the objects and colors you love. Bedrooms and bathrooms are ideal for colors that sweep you away. Breathe in the relaxation in rooms touched by whisper white, misted green and shadowy lilac-gray.

Have you ever noticed how color immediately sets the mood in a room? Capitalize on the positive effects by using color sparingly or generously throughout your home. Blues and greens calm and soothe, while oranges, yellows and reds are lively and optimistic. Whether you choose to use them sparingly or in bright, bold swaths, capitalize on the positive effects of color sparingly throughout your home. Blues and greens calm and soothe, while oranges, yellows and reds are lively and optimistic.

”Lately, I’m loving an energetic combination of hot pink, turquoise, and chartreuse,” says designer/author Valorie Hart, offering her own New Orleans office as vivid proof.  When these hues are used with a neutral like greige (grey-beige) or white, "a room can support huge swathes of this strong color and still look sophisticated,” Hart says.

“I have a big fetish for gray and yellow,” says Asheville, North Carolina, retailer/stylist Susan Chancey, who often brings these colors together by mixing raw wood furnishings with industrial metals and a smoky mirror . For spark, Chancey adds pops of red or blue, like the antique rug in shades of burnt red and indigo that anchors her dining room.

Echoing the natural compatibility of fire and wood, interior designer/author Gary McBournie likes to warm spaces with luscious chocolate and persimmon. Dark brown lends chicness but not severity, and orange, he says, “always gets a good response."

”Lately, I’m loving an energetic combination of hot pink, turquoise, and chartreuse,” says designer/author Valorie Hart, offering her own New Orleans office as vivid proof.  When these hues are used with a neutral like greige (grey-beige) or white, "a room can support huge swathes of this strong color and still look sophisticated,” Hart says.

“I have a big fetish for gray and yellow,” says Asheville, North Carolina, retailer/stylist Susan Chancey, who often brings these colors together by mixing raw wood furnishings with industrial metals and a smoky mirror . For spark, Chancey adds pops of red or blue, like the antique rug in shades of burnt red and indigo that anchors her dining room.

Echoing the natural compatibility of fire and wood, interior designer/author Gary McBournie likes to warm spaces with luscious chocolate and persimmon. Dark brown lends chicness but not severity, and orange, he says, “always gets a good response."

The 216- Color Webmaster's Palette . This is the world's first look at the entire set of browser safe colors arranged symmetrically by hue.

HGTV helps you choose paint or home décor color schemes and combinations for kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms and more to set the right mood in your space.

Color Lisa is a curated list of inspiring color palettes based famous work of the world's greatest artists. Each palette was painstakingly created by color obsessed ...


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