Style Secret: Colors From NatureThe classic Arts and Crafts palette takes its subtle, muted beauty straight from the natural world: stones, bark, leaves, grasses. Although you don't have to limit yourself to browns and greens, any hues that are less obviously organic — such as blue — should be dusty or dirty. Here's one fail-safe way to approach it: Study the flora and foliage that grow in your home and neighborhood, then translate those colors to your interior. Look closer: The warm, rich colors in this space meld together as beautifully as they would in the outdoors. Although you won't always see hues in Arts and Crafts interiors that are as bright and clear as the yellow on the walls, this one works because it both blends with and enlivens the woodwork, upholstery and art-glass window. It's sunny and light without venturing into pastel territory — which would be an Arts and Crafts no-no.