Blue Meets Yellow

Blue and yellow make a stunning and sweet Springtime color combo.  The mixture of cool blues and warm yellow tones creates harmony and balance and gives a unique charm to any room.  From cool teals to classic navy, blue paired with light and lemony yellow is the perfect way to bring your space to life.   ...

Classically Navy

Are you looking for a color that can make a classic and elegant statement in your home?  Look no further, Navy Blue is here!  It looks great with just about any color - coral, mint green, and mustard yellow are a few of my favorite parings with this lovely hue.  Navy can be  used in ...

You’re in Luck with Yellow

For those of us with our eyes set on lighter color palettes, a soft and sunny favorite is yellow.  Benjamin Moore's color of the year is Lemon Sorbet, 2019-60.   Light and bright, use this hue of yellow to contrast with deeper shades of grey, green, purple or blue, or pair with with mint, coral, light ...

2013 Color of the Year: Emerald

Emerald is the Color for the Year for 2013!  The vivid green of Emerald can enhance our sense of well-being by inspiring insight as well as balance and harmony.  Emerald is most often associated with the precious gemstone and embodies a sophisticated and luxurious quality.  This radiant jewel tone green conveys regeneration, growth, prosperity and ...

Burgundy and Blue

The typical red and green accents of the Christmas season have been swapped out for a rustic and vintage inspired color palette.   An unexpected and mixture of soft blue and beige hues are joined with a rich jewel-toned burgundy.  The rough texture of burlap offsets shimmering mercury glass ornaments and silver accessories.   By adding subtle ...

Healing Colors

Research reveals that the influence of design on healthcare applications can greatly impact patient recovery.  This only makes sense when you think about everyday things that affect our emotions.  Quotes like "you are what you eat" and "surround yourself with positive people" reiterates the fact that our direct environment can greatly impact our health and ...

Turquoise Takes Over!

Turquoise is a rare and valuable bluish-green mineral that has been a prized gem for thousands of years.  The word turquoise is derived from an old French word for "Turkish", because the mineral was first brought to Europe from Turkey, from the mineral mines in Persia.  The Southwest United States is also a significant source ...