August 6, 2023
There are many ways you can customize your outdoor table decor to suit your party, and determine the type of vibe and atmosphere of your event. From casual, coastal themes, to glam and glitzy styles, there are many different ways you can utilize items you already have at home to stye your outside space.
August 4, 2023
The type of headboard you choose, and the color of the headboard you choose, are going to significantly impact the overall style and atmosphere in the room. For an industrial-themed bedroom, a black metal headboard could be appropriate, or for a romantic, feminine space, a soft pink, velvet upholstered headboard could work well.
August 2, 2023
The standard broom size typically ranges from 52 to 57 inches (132 to 145 cm) in total length. This includes a 34 to 40-inch (46 to 102 cm) handle and an 18-inch-long (101 cm) broom head. The width of the broom head usually spans between 7 to 12 inches (18 to 30 cm).
August 1, 2023
Houses that have been painted white, or have white siding, are one of the easiest to coordinate with because you’re guaranteed that any colors will go with white. Decks in neutral colors will work well with white, and even brighter or dark colors can be good options.
July 31, 2023
Technically, yes- Sherwin Williams can color match their paint to Benjamin Moore colors, but realistically- no, they can’t. This might sound a tad confusing, but bear with us while we explain the reasons behind this. Sherwin Williams, or any paint mixing provider, can offer to color-match paint for you, which has been designed by a different paint manufacturer.
July 31, 2023
Having an understanding of chromatic and achromatic colors can help if you’re an artist or a designer. Here we uncover the definition of both of these terms and explain how they can be used in home decor.
Red is one of the most prominent colors on the color wheel because of how bold and vivid it is. It is heavily used in art to make people or objects stand out, though it is lesser used in home decor because of its intensity. Here we explore the psychology of red and look at what colors make red.
On the standard color wheel, there are three types of colors; primary colors, secondary colors, and tertiary colors. The primary colors are red, yellow, and blue, and all of the secondary and tertiary colors are created by using these primary colors in varying combinations. There are six tertiary colors, which are blue-green, green-yellow, yellow-orange, orange-red, red-purple, and purple-blue. Here we explore how to make tertiary colors and how they can be used in home decor.
There is a lot of debate around whether white is actually a color since the very definition of white is that it lacks color, and white is not featured on the color wheel or on the color spectrum. If we believe that white isn’t a color, then how do we go about making white? Here we explore different suggestions and debunk some myths when it comes to creating white.
July 26, 2023
Choosing the right color for your soffit and fascia can have a major impact on your home’s curb appeal and can even result in an increased property valuation. Popular colors for soffit and fascia include white, gray, black, and beige, but there are many other colors you could opt for.
July 24, 2023
A monochrome color palette will contain various shades, tints, and tones of the same color, creating a look that offers depth and interest without any stark contrasts that might be overstimulating.
July 24, 2023
Tints, tones, and shades are terms you’ll hear often if you’re involved in anything that uses color theory. Artists, fashion designers, and interior designers will all be familiar with the impact of tints, tones, and shades on color schemes and on the energy they create.