“Design to create the life that you want… not the one you feel a need to change.” ~Clarice Smyth




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“Color can be used to highlight or diminish attention. It can make something within a space a focal point or cause it to visually disappear. “

Pantone® has unveiled their Color of the Year for 2020! CLASSIC BLUE a familiar feast for the designer eye. These vivid color has been adored, near worshiped, by designers and  the masses. Classic Blue is a color that transends all color rules and can be found in all design styles. It is a color that is extremely versatile. It can to act as a neutral backdrop or become the focal pop of color in any space. 2020 is going to be an exciting year of color possibilities that speaks to the traditionalist and the modern alike. May we all mix up very magical designs using this tried and true, now new, Pantone® Classic Blue.

“Color schemes can be Analogous, Complementary, Split Complementary, Triads, Tetrads, Discordant, Monotone, and Monochromatic.”

Pantone® describes this bold red as “Burning bright, Flame Scarlet exudes confidence and determination.”

Although many people love a daring red on their walls, this color can be interjected in less invasive doses. It can become a small accent piece of furniture, one of many fiber colors in an area rug, or an accessories such as decorative cushions, pottery, or drapes. 

In custom design, you choose the ratio of color application that is right for your space and you. 

“A primary color mixed with white creates a tint, mixed with black creates a shade, and mixed a gray value creates a shade.” 

Pantone® describes this buttery smooth color as “Soft Sunliight invites happiness, pleasant cheer and a smiling presence.”

This color will work beautifully on walls, for draperies, and decorative throw cushions. It can also be found in the soft gold and brass hardware finishes.  

There is more to color than just paint, and textiles, natural wood and metals read as color too. For example copper can read orange, stainless steel as gray, and bronze as deep brown. “

Pantone® describes this  vibrant color as “Piquant Orange Peel introduces a tasteful tang.” 

This color will make a bright and cheerful welcome for an entry door. The  undertone of this orange will work well with many of the contemporary exterior colors such as 2020’s Ash or Faded Denim. 




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