You know how in each month in the BHG magazine they have a collection of paint colors? I was trying to find a picture from the magazine they have put together for in the Sept 2012 magazine.
It's awesome...fern green, dark brown, a dusty pink, a turqoiose and a muddy red...
I LOVE the color pallette they have but wouldnt even know how to attempt it.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Always1StepBehind,
Here is a link to the color pallete but you have to see the picture in the magazine with the objects and fabric they show with the paint colors.
ok I took my own picture of the page out of the magazine.
If I wanted to use this as a color pallete(sp?)...how do go about it?
A1SB,I can understand how you love these colors.Beautiful.
You have some of these colors already in your livingroom.Just add the other 3 colors.I like the idea of olive panels.Mix of blue & these colors of some beautiful designed pillows on sofa & chair.You've been adding these colors and didnt realize it.
art-ivory & pink floral picture
rug-olive green and other colors in it.
floor-terra cotta(muted red)This message has been edited. Last edited by: jackierenette,
Those colors remind me of a Kim Parker print I think I remember that you have which I really, really like!
Use them in the concentration they show on that page. Biggest color: green. Maybe the sofa, accent wall, bedding, etc. Red as the rug or artwork. Brown and blue as your accents in the room with a touch of the pink as pillows, vases, etc.
Jackie-I was thinking the same thing, that I already have most of those colors in my space.
I just LOVE those mix of colors. I have that page up on my fridge and just smile when I look at it.
I sold that one Kim Parker picture I had but there are other peices by Kim Parker that would work in that color scheme.
I know there isn't much of that fabric and you might not be able to see it very well, but I was tyring to identify it if anyone thinks it looks familiar.
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