The Easiest Way to Create A Colour Palette
Choose the right paint colour
the first time Let me show you how in just 5 easy steps!
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Today I’m sharing an easy way to create a colour palette that’s almost always guaranteed to have super satisfying results for any interior decorating project.
Sound too good to be true? I promise that this is the real deal!
Every interior design project needs to have a ‘jumping off’ point. By this, I mean either a striking piece of artwork, or an area rug with a distinctive look, or it could even be an intricate tile design in a bathroom, kitchen or front foyer.
My favourite way to get inspiration for colour and style when decorating a clients home, tends to come from fabrics. About 90% of the time when I’m curating a design, the fabrics are what I seek out first.
Even if these colours are not your taste, there is no arguing that this is a pretty colour combination!
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If you decorate a space by randomly choosing furnishings & fixed elements without having an actual plan in place, it’s likely not going to come together in a way that gives you the look that you desire. You will probably also end up wasting a lot of money along the way, and that’s never a good thing.
By having a plan, you will save money and ease the stress of any renovation or decorating project.
If you love Farrow and Ball, be sure to check out my Farrow & Ball Essential Colour Guide Classic Collection with 10 fabulous colours from F&B.
Are you into these warmer colour tones that are coming back to interior design? Comment below to let me know if this is a paint palette you could live with and love in your home.
More gorgeous colour combinations from Farrow and Ball below.
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