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Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
2 Reviews
Media room
Again, we see a repeat of the gray, orange and cream color palette. Repeating the color palette from another room in the house is a great way to create color flow.
Again, we see a repeat of the grey, orange and cream colour palette. Repeating the colour palette from another room in the house is a great way to create a seamless transition between the rooms.
“tray table from pier one or CB2” — bs79
Willey Design LLC
1 Review
Riverside Drive, NYC Residence
similar to my living area in color palette
the green blue palette is gorgeous as well
Love the color palette:)
Living room color palettes
color palette...colour palette...Beautiful palettes
“Cool colours” — Nomie Catalano
Beach Dwellings
10 Reviews
Contemporary Kitchen
the materials palette. "This is what ends up being most 'in your face,' as the wall cabinets are smack dab at eye level," he says. Kelly keeps his materials choices as simple and natural as possible. Slate, marble and wood are all common choices. He recommends sticking to a small palette — three or four
airy. If you are a few years away from that big kitchen reno, this is a great time to have some fun with color.More: 8 Great Kitchen Cabinet Color Palettes
airy. If you are a few years away from that big kitchen reno, this is a great time to have some fun with colour.More: 8 Great Kitchen Cupboard Colour Palettes
“Ceiling” — hrhartman
Domicile Interior Design
1 Review
Domicile id
Ballard's office is an exercise in modern femininity. The pair chose a neutral palette marked with bold accessories, and brought in lots of gold accents to add warmth. The neutral palette will forever stay in style, and it's easy background for mixing and matching furniture and accessories. The brilliant
chair with a suite of dining chairs, and this office could be mistaken for a spot to entertain guests. The tailored ottoman, gold lamps and muted palette make it appear sophisticated, but it's really a simple setup at heart. A sideboard is an ingenious stand-in for a credenza.
What I love about this space is that nothing really matches. The palette is somewhat random, and the furniture styling is very different, but it all works. This is a true test of good design: selecting pieces that work in
“Nice home office” — josy87
Niki Papadopoulos
Sky @ MidCity Lofts
as the people who use it. Take a look at these warm and cool living room palettes, and pick the one that works best with your overall home decor.Living room color guidesWarm living room color palettesCool living room color palettes
EVERYTHING..color palette furniture
Perfect palette...Color palette
“Like the idea of the colour” — emichaels6
Hutker Architects
Sugar Mill
understated and elegant naturally weathering exterior ... subtle and sophisticated palette
Understated Exteriors A common theme among the projects that use a natural wood palette is their understated exterior character. This project uses a natural wood palette of teak and red cedar. But understated doesn’t have to be boring. The architect here has varied the use of horizontal wood siding and
emphasize different architectural features: the corners and bases of the linked structures. Introducing layers of detail in a monochromatic color palette achieves subtle shadowing effects that change with the time of day and season. There’s a depth of interest in this composition that begs careful study
“Pool area” — Mara Chatziva
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
Woodside Residence
add energy with warm colors or keep it crisp, classic and clean with neutrals.Bedroom color guidesWarm bedroom color palettesCool bedroom color palettesNeutral bedroom color palettes
Palette overall
“nice layout of elements on the wall between the two doors” — siobhian
Philip Clayton-Thompson
4 Reviews
Blackstone Edge Studios - Philip Clayton-Thompson
White palettes count. I want to debunk the thought that whites don't count as a palette. Different shades of white make a soothing living space and can enhance architectural details. If you enjoy a
all-white rooms have well-defined bones — otherwise, the lack of strong color can make them seem plain and insipid. Take advantage of a diversified white palette to showcase their structure. Coat ceiling beams, coffers, moldings, beadboard, wainscoting or other architectural features in one shade, then use a
“Poutres” — Dominique Henry
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