November makes us think about the appearances of fall. Browns, rusts, oranges, golds and reds are colors that are prevalent and popular this time of year. When tree’s leaves turn brown and fall off the limbs, it signals a quiet period allowing life to regroup before regenerating again in the spring. Browns add a quiet structure to a home. This color signifies stability, protection and support for the family.
If you have browns in your home you might identify Read More
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, why not celebrate red in our homes. Like any other color accent added to a room or home, red brings this bold statement. And in some cases the fun and intense personality of the homeowner. This vibrant ruby color also represents strength, passion and love. Read More
It is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And with the celebration of women every where, we thought that taking a look at using pink in your home decorating style can be a way to help support the cause. Read More
By Guest Blogger, Jerry Mcleen.
Lot of bright colors
If you want your home to look like tropical paradise the first thing you need to do is lose the dark colors. Do you really think black and brown will let you picture yourself chilling out on a tropical island? You need hot pinks, tangy limes, and cool blues. If your home looks lovely and bright it will make you feel alive. Changing the color of your walls and drapes will have the biggest impact on each room, but you should add in as much bright objects as possible. Read More
Kitchens are a focal point in any home. You eat meals here, study and work on homework, create to do lists, read books, and entertain. Adding a dash of pizzazz to your busy living area is a great way to bring life and fun to an already functional room. Adding color to a kitchen can be simple with this quick tips. Read More