A downright handsome piece by Joel Dupras, sweeping with hand-glazed segments of natural wood. The Howard Desk with a glass top from Huppe balances fascinatingly between a discrete personality and
When dealing with color it is best to get back to the basics. And what are the basics?
- Use the color wheel – Finding colors that are monochromatic (very closely toned like blue and blue-green) analogous (on the same side of the color wheel like red, orange, and yellow) or complementary (on opposite sides of the color wheel like purple and yellow) makes mixing colors in a room so much easier and predictable. You can buy a color wheel at an art store, a paint store or order it online.
- Stay with a neutral canvas – Include major pieces of furniture in the neutral tones. This gives hem timelessness and they may not need to be replaced for years. Add pop and interest with color in items that you can easily change out such as throw pillows and accessories. Even artwork can be moved to another location in the home to create a different look or feel.
Author: Sklar Furnishings