Have you noticed how many magazine love to feature homes decorated in white? I love the look.
I would never do it.
Husbands, pets, kids, grandkids make the color (and it is a color) white to be impractical. However, it photographs beautifully and when you want to dream…why not dream in white?
One of the best signs of Spring is the return of color and flowers to front porches. BLING up your front porch with color. Everything old is new again…
I love the design found on @shabbyfufu especially the all white tones with color in the natural flowers.
This is just a winning look for me.
One of my favorite things about Spring would be seeing the color PINK in bloom. It’s just such a happy, cheerful color.
Don’t you think?
Pantone’s color of the year is green which is a beautiful color. But I find that green, like yellow, is a color best used sparingly. Don’t go crazy with the green, make it the stand-out accent color.
Every year Pantone selects one color for what they proclaim is the “color of the year.”
This year it is a shade of green that is hard to define. While I think this color ordeal is a brilliant way to market their brand, who among us is really going to adjust our interior color choices based on a shade selection that changes yearly.
In addition, the color green (similar to yellow) is probably one of the most debated colors in all of interior decorating. It is a color that is used sparingly when in the hands of most professional decorators. Green is also a color that one either loves or hates.
I’ll let Pantone have their fun but you won’t find me loading up on the green unless it is greenbacks.