All that flowers and foliage coming up outside, inspires me to enjoy even more our mother nature and all the beauty she brings to us.
Using complementary colors, like red and green is the easiest way to get something to stand out.
How do you feel when you see those shades below together?
Turquoise, lavender, amethyst.
The easter month brought us a sophisticated and bold hues to spark our creativity.
Since amethyst is well known as intuition enhancer and turquoise calms the soul, both together brings a sense of balance and understanding.
Pastel Mint and Blue
Spring is coming and I can’t wait to see all flowers blowing up.
This month for my mood board I chose shades of pastel mint and blue, instead of a bright set of greens.
Gives me a sense of calm and freshness, like it’s a new beginning (perhaps it is, winter is gone woohoo!).
Pale Rose + gold Blush + Shades of Gray
Oh yeah, love is in the air!
Red and pink are all around with Valentine’s day coming up. Don’t like those hues? Copy this recipe instead: Pale rose + gold blush + shades of grays.
Isn’t that lovely?
Bold n’ Bright: Blue and Yellow
Starting a new year it’s the perfect time for new beginnings in our lives. That means we have the chance to change, grow and try new things. Can be even a new decor. Why not? Here are some suggestions…
AKA Fall Palette. It’s impossible to talk about November shades without using the amazing colors we see every day whenever we go. Green landscapes go red, orange, yellow and finally brown. So beautiful!
And give us the opportunity to bring them inside, to brighten your days.