We worked on this clients home from ground up. The view is an important part of this project - So we started with a great mix of Earth tones with a touch of soft blue for the relaxing, natural space….Read More
We are using soft greens as the base for this scheme. If you aren’t sure what colors to use in your space sometimes it helps by picking that “thing” you just love… whether it be an art piece, pillow, etc. We just loved the colors in this art piece we got at Round Top. The base color is a soft green - so we started there.Read More
BEHIND THE DESIGN - CAMDEN RESIDENCE
Kitchen & Breakfast Room
I’ve done a post previously on this home for the Master Bedroom.. Click Here to View Post ! Sister met with this client and her Mom and they have such a sweet, close relationship. The home was our clients childhood home. Her Mother now lives next door. There was something so special about this project… the home was built in the early 1970’s.
Our client loves both traditional furnishings and lots of color. .Read More
It's another snowy Monday at Providence Design, but that doesn't keep us from dreaming about Spring!
We wanted a fresh new look for the front of the store... so color it is. We love mixing different design styles and elements... like the modern art paired with the more classic look of the console.
The art is all original's by artist Peter Keil. We love the style of his work. We have the four brightly colored pieces shown here, as well as some that are just black and white. They are just fabulous!
The blue and white ginger jars mixed with the blue and white candles brought in more color, alongside the latest Veranda coffee table book and faux Kalanchoe plants.
The perfect mix for a wonderful Spring vignette at the front of our store.
Are you ready for Spring and the colors it brings?
Its your turn. Lets Talk!
Blue is the most popular "favorite color". It is such a calm, soothing color with endless amounts of shades it is no wonder it has taken a firm hold in the design world.
Blue can help you stay physically calmer, regulating heart beat and breathing, which is why designers tend to use blue in bedrooms and bathrooms.
Blue evokes a since of...
It is a color shown to help solve creative problems, while green stimulates creativity, blue is suggested for creative problem solving.
How do you feel about blue in Interior Design? in general?
Its your turn. Lets talk!
Images via Pinterest
Off and running, but I will be pondering these two spaces all day long...