Gorgeous, gorgeous; swept my imagination to the Mediterranean coast & sea breezes, so refreshing to daydream about this time of year.I have been drawn to ashen browns paired with dusky blues – must be the fall weather coming on.
Wow — I'm not really a blue person but I love this shade! And I seem to like burnt orange these days myself ...:-)
WOW what a gorgeous color! If I owned my house again and was not renting an apartment, I've been thinking I'd love to do a room in a deep gray. . . with wide white baseboards along the floor and around the doorways and windows, white bookshelves and furniture, and wood floors. Maybe someday.
I have always loved purple. But Green has gotten my attention lately. Sages and hunter green and everything in between. My bathroom is now green.Blessings
i love that blue! i'm decorating my new place and i'm crushing on earth tones at the moment.
That shade of blue is refreshing. I love greige. Combination of grey and beige inspired by Armani's rest house.
How funny. I just consulted with a friend yesterday about a hallway in her home. We decided to use white and Mediterranean blue!With a dash of bright orange for the door. Love this post.... the colors, photography..
We are using wedgwood blue and shiny bright white trim in our master bath, with splashes of red and black here and there.
Oh yes! I love blue too. It's pushed out green as queen of the colors. Your blue is so deep and mysterious. I think of Morocco and Turkey. I am visiting from Bloesem's blog. Love it! And I'm a former upstater myself. Has it snowed yet? Hahahaha...
I have lately been obsessed with these two acrylic paint colors I bought at the local Hobby Lobby, one is the loveliest vivid purple( I believe it is the Velvet Purple) and the other is Coeruleum Hue( a gorgeous blue) from the Daler-Rowney System 3 Acrylic paints :)
blue and yellow
This is beautiful. I am loving blues right now, I just painted my kitchen with Martha Stewart "Hosta" a beautiful teal-y blue.
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