My Houzz: Fun and Happy Colors for a Northern California HomeContemporary Dining Room, San Francisco

Photo: Margot Hartford © 2016 Houzz

Inspiration for a contemporary dining room remodel in San Francisco —  Houzz
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Karen Beres-Dansko wrote:Mar 22, 2016
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    The designer did not list the exact color of turquoise used for the walls, only her technique.

Sharron Clear wrote:Mar 18, 2016
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Margot Hartford Photography added this to My Houzz: Fun and Happy Colors in Northern CaliforniaNov 29, 2014

The color choice in the dining room started with a photo of a peacock. The cyan blue accent walls were created to transport dinner guests to a vacation state of mind. “As you take in the magnificent views, the manmade color story of CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) provides a lively backdrop to the serene, nature-made color story of the surrounding countryside,” Christen says.Max dining table: B&B Italia; chairs: Ligne-Roset; Lugano sideboard: BoConcept

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Nicholas Johnson added this to PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN BY Nicholas JohnsonMar 22, 2019

Rhythm - Gradation The walls are an example of gradation.

Litzy Alvarado-Islas added this to Principles of DesignMar 14, 2019

This photo represents gradation because a rhythm is created by a gradual change in color.

Squall Roberts added this to Squall Roberts - Dream House ProjectMar 1, 2019

-gradient/colour palette of blue is aesthetically pleasing

Eva added this to Principles of Design by EvaNov 29, 2018

This image shows Gradation because the walls have a decrease of blue as you go outwards from the center.

Ali Pat added this to Principles of DesignNov 27, 2018

Gradation (Gradually increasing/decreasing in size, shape, or color)

Alexis Coleman added this to RhyhmNov 18, 2018

This is an example of gradation because of the wall. The wall goes from white to light blue then a slightly darker blue and so on then goes back down from dark blue to lighter blue to lighter blue then white.

HU-537326683 added this to RhythmNov 16, 2018

I liked this photo for gradation because it fades from blue to white.

Lainey Stevens added this to RhythmNov 16, 2018

This is gradation because is a gradual decrees of color

Karlee Harrington added this to Karlee Harrington Principles of DesignApr 24, 2018

This room is an example of gradation. Gradation is the flow of colors which is what the walls are doing, The walls are moving from a bright blue to a soft blue then to white.

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