What a gorgeous wall!
Architects “Jane Kim Design” did such a fine job by introducing patina-ted copper panels that match with the mirror, onto the entire wall, enhancing and expanding the character and beauty of the mirror. And oh! By the way, the mirror was bought from an architectural salvage store! How awesome is that?
Beauty can not be confined within high end stores…You only need to expand your horizon and put your thinking cap on!
Splash some color into a monochromatic room and watch the space come alive! Bold color accents on a neutral color palette along with black and white geometric prints make any space look modern and chic. Here are a few examples that reflect this style tip. So just transform any boring space by adding bits of your favorite pop color!
This must be the most gorgeous color palette I’ve come across! Clearly inspired by nature-The sand, stone and sea….The neutral tones of sand and stone look great providing a backdrop to a more dominant yet calming turquoise. Read more at ELLE
PANTONE COLOR OF THE YEAR
Pantone has declared “Emerald 17-5641″ as the color of 2013! The color is bold, bright and has a certain elegance associated with it. It is mostly seen as a rich color that feels grand and regal. I can’t wait to use it in my projects and other applications. Whether it is used in the form of antique patina or accent decoratives, it is sure to freshen any space.
Adding this color to a neutral color scheme will make any space look stunning. It can even be paired with Black and white geometric patterns to create a classy modern look.
Download a free “Color of the Year” wallpaper from Pantone!
CHIP IT BY SHERWIN WILLIAMS
Choosing a paint color can be quite a difficult task. Especially, if the knowledge of color theory never expanded beyond scribbling crayons on paper in elementary school. You think that the paint you picked matched the colors of your inspiration picture perfectly, until…. they’re slapped on the walls!
Most people are disappointed to find, what looks good on paint chips might really not be what was originally imagined. And this is where Sherwin Williams Chip-it proves to be the magic lamp for home owners and designers.
LetsChipIt.com is a web site created by McKinney for Sherwin Williams. It analyzes all the pixels in an image and finds the right equivalent to one of Sherwin Williams 1500 paint colors. This technology enables people with or without design /color background to create color palettes with ease, narrowing any scope of a mistake.
So now that you know about it, what are you waiting for? “Chip it” your inspiration picture and start dipping that brush!