Color is an essential part of our lives and environments -- yet it is often overlooked or taken for granted. Lilly Pulitzer said, “I am a believer that color affects people’s moods.” Lilly may have made this observation off hand -- but more and more research indicates that color does have the power to augment our emotional environment. Color is often correlated to our sense of space and emotion. We use color to describe our emotions: seeing red, feeling blue, green with envy -- there is no denying that color and mood are inextricably linked. As a result, color is an essential part of our design and decorating aesthetic. It alone has the ability to create an atmosphere or mood in a room and to infuse feeling into that space. I want to encourage you to play with color -- to add a smattering of it to your space. Color psychology suggests that our preferences for color and the moods that it is capable of soliciting are unique to each of us. Today, I want to introduce you to some new color palettes -- and inspire you to use color as subtly or as gregariously -- as your mood deems fit.
One Step Color Palette:
Lime Lime, Toscana Sage, and Massey Hill
I always love fresh flowers
Great punch of color using Orange as an accent wall
More neutral use of color
The addition of the orange chair really brings out the colors in the rug
Again flowers are a must!!
Fun studio which can really lighten one's mood while working
Fresh foods are full of color
I love the fabric on the pillows
Rescue, Restore, Redecorate.