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Color Palette: Summer Rain

By: Danielle Clockel

We’re in the thick of summer showers here in Atlanta. Don’t let it get you down! Check out this soothing color palette inspired by our local weather.

Photo courtesy of How Sweet It Is.

From top to bottom:
Farrow & Ball No. 266 Mizzle
Benjamin Moore 415 Riverdale Green
Sherwin Williams 6709 Gleeful
Sherwin Williams 6434 Spinach White
Farrow & Ball No. 287 Yeabridge Green

Color Palette: Lavender Field

By: Danielle Clockel

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Sherwin Williams Plum Brown 6272
Benjamin Moore Yellow Lotus 2021-50
Sherwin Williams Electric Lime 6921
Farrow and Ball Plummett No. 272
Farrow and Ball Calke Green No. 34

As we began preparing for our next open house, we were continuously inspired by the colors of France’s lavender fields. The purples of course grabbed our attention, but there are so many other hues within this striking environment that create a truly unique and beautiful color scheme. You’re sure to see these fresh, springtime colors in the studio at our next open house in April!

Color Palette: Evergreen Scene

By: Danielle Clockel

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From top to bottom:
Farrow and Ball Tanner’s Brown
Farrow and Ball Cornforth White
Farrow and Ball London Clay
Sherwin Williams Evergreens SW 6447
Benjamin Moore Chalk White 2126-70
Benjamin Moore Absolute Green 2043-10

It’s the first official day of winter! While it’s supposed to climb up to 60 degrees today in Atlanta, we’re still thinking of snow-covered forests and winter wonderlands.

Hot Colors for Spring

By: Elisabeth Paulson

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Spring is the perfect season for bright and bold color combinations – fire hot corals and oranges that contrast with tried and true jade greens and almost-black blues. The end result is a classic, edgy, and fresh look that elevates the style of any room.

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LAVA: With this red-orange hue, the bolder the better. From lips to bags to bedsheets, we say bring it on. Not for the timid, this Louis Nui bedding from Trina Turk should add a little fire to your night.

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JADE: Tonal subtleties ranging from army to olive green make jade a timeless foundation to play off of. We’re fans of the Rhys Chair from Anthropologie for a big impact, or you can keep it simple with the Hiddenite Glass Sculpture from our good friends Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.

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CITRUS: Lemon yellow adds zing to any room. A fresh, fun color, it’s perfect for making an accent piece really pop. Shown above is the Upbeat Table Lamp from Currey & Company.

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INK: We are loving the almost-black gradient these days. This green-blue-black tone looks rich in luscious velvets and slick lacquer. Above, this color is featured as a full-panel wallpaper, Aurora Peat, by Calico Wallpaper.

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HOT CORAL: While technically in the lava family, this pink has a purpose. Pair it with any neutral to go from bland to bold. In this woven cotton Gypsy Rug from Dash & Albert, hot coral plays the leading role.

Color Palette: Take Me Away (Immediately)

By: Elisabeth Paulson

Take pause on this dreary Friday and immerse yourself in this tropical paradise. Can you feel the salt on your sunburned nose? We can. Here are some beach color celebrations from our favorite paint people.

Photo by Elisabeth Paulson. Puerto Rico.

Photo by Elisabeth Paulson.  Culebra, Puerto Rico.

From left to right:
Farrow & Ball: Joa’s White No. 226
Pratt & Lambert: Green Ravine 17-16
Benjamin Moore: Cool Aqua 2056-40
Ralph Lauren: Cadet Blue RL 1972
Sherwin Williams: Flyway SW 6794

Fly away.