Monday, December 13, 2010

Color Moods and a giveaway winner!!

Absence makes the heart grow fonder right? Okay, good. 

I've got three colors for ya..... sage green, gray, and sweet coral! This is a beautiful color combo.... but does it leave you wanting more? Like more substance? When you pair softer shades in a room it's always good to finalize it with that explanation point color. Look at these images below... they use these colors but always add in a darker tone to weigh it down.










Do see the heavy colors? Black, aqua, deep purple, yellow, and brown. All great pairings.

Any other suggestions for these combos?



Three Blooms paper tree giveaway winner? Velvet Dawn of Suitcase Vignettes!!
Congrats girl...I will contact you for shipping info! 

7 comments:

Velvet Dawn said...

OMG I am so excited right now....WHAT????? I HAD TO READ IT OUT LOUD THREE TIMES. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!! CLAPPING AND YELLING WITH EXCITEMENT. THANK YOU FOR THE FABULOUS SURPRISE YOU HAVE MADE MY WHOLE WEEK!!!! Husband is rolling his eyes...men don't get it. Yey!!!

Velvet Dawn said...

oh, I almost forgot to tell you how much I love the fourth photo because I read down further and saw my name and became hysterical...anyway those silk screens are fabulous...I just did something similar in my little studio space...

Loretta Fontaine (APPLESandRUBIES) said...

Hello Design Blooms!

Thanks for being the first to enter my jewelry giveaway! I'll be drawing a winner Dec 28 - hope it's YOU!

Love your blog and am following it now.

The black mullions of the windows in the upper right Met Home image really sets off the pastels for me. There was an architect that said windows like that are the mascara in a home! (Fitting, given your earlier post!)

Best,
Loretta

Marianne - Style For Living said...

The floral bouquets are absolutely beautiful!

Jennifer said...

I'm loving this color palette -- gorgeous!

Dallas Shaw said...

love the metro home shot
dallas
http://dillydallas.blogspot.com

Annie Wilcox Designs said...

Love the protea as the centerpiece, I used it in my wedding years ago.