try a fun colour for the front door try a fun colour for the front door try a fun colour for the front door

by:Runcheng Chuangzhan     2019-09-19
Susan harble, author of colorful home: creating a vivid palette for each room, answers design questions.
Q: My home is terra-
Orange terracotta bricks (very Colonial-style).
Almost on the bricks-
The same is true of black and cream bricks, and mortar is tan.
It has black blinds and black front door.
Do you have any suggestions for the door, shutter and decorative colors?
Have you considered changing the front door to something interesting?
I have a light blue house with everything else in white from a crazy heat-
Pink paint door.
It\'s cobalt blue now.
Just paint!
Unless you want to change it all to cream and then do something different on the door, I don\'t know if the others need to change.
Q: We finally have the budget to redecorate the living room!
Small pass-
Cross from the entrance hall to the kitchen.
There is a row of windows on a long wall (
So the light is great)
And a fireplace on a low wall.
Simple and Clean furniture helps open the space, we know.
What advice can you give (i. e.
The color, proportion and height of the furniture. )?
I like the challenge of a smaller room.
The light you get will automatically make the room look bigger.
I will find a brightly colored carpet that covers most of the floor and then adds color to your art and decorative mat.
Because it\'s a pass.
The whole room should be optimistic and the furniture should be kept on the smaller side.
I like the short chair that helps raise the ceiling.
Q: My apartment is full of colors.
Yellow, purple, pink, etc.
I live with my other half and want our place to be colorful, but I also understand that he may not want to be surrounded by this feminine color.
What is a good strategy to compromise on color?
I think it is worth discussing.
Try to assign a room that he can control if he feels he needs a more male space and a say.
He may hand over the reins, but considering some options and having a color chip to show that you have given it some ideas, it will be a good start!
It\'s also time to make some decisions together and see how you guys work together --
All the reasons for living together, right?
Susan harble, author of colorful home: creating a vivid palette for each room, answers design questions.
Q: My home is terra-
Orange terracotta bricks (very Colonial-style).
Almost on the bricks-
The same is true of black and cream bricks, and mortar is tan.
It has black blinds and black front door.
Do you have any suggestions for the door, shutter and decorative colors?
Have you considered changing the front door to something interesting?
I have a light blue house with everything else in white from a crazy heat-
Pink paint door.
It\'s cobalt blue now.
Just paint!
Unless you want to change it all to cream and then do something different on the door, I don\'t know if the others need to change.
Q: We finally have the budget to redecorate the living room!
Small pass-
Cross from the entrance hall to the kitchen.
There is a row of windows on a long wall (
So the light is great)
And a fireplace on a low wall.
Simple and Clean furniture helps open the space, we know.
What advice can you give (i. e.
The color, proportion and height of the furniture. )?
I like the challenge of a smaller room.
The light you get will automatically make the room look bigger.
I will find a brightly colored carpet that covers most of the floor and then adds color to your art and decorative mat.
Because it\'s a pass.
The whole room should be optimistic and the furniture should be kept on the smaller side.
I like the short chair that helps raise the ceiling.
Q: My apartment is full of colors.
Yellow, purple, pink, etc.
I live with my other half and want our place to be colorful, but I also understand that he may not want to be surrounded by this feminine color.
What is a good strategy to compromise on color?
I think it is worth discussing.
Try to assign a room that he can control if he feels he needs a more male space and a say.
He may hand over the reins, but considering some options and having a color chip to show that you have given it some ideas, it will be a good start!
It\'s also time to make some decisions together and see how you guys work together --
All the reasons for living together, right?
Susan harble, author of colorful home: creating a vivid palette for each room, answers design questions.
Q: My home is terra-
Orange terracotta bricks (very Colonial-style).
Almost on the bricks-
The same is true of black and cream bricks, and mortar is tan.
It has black blinds and black front door.
Do you have any suggestions for the door, shutter and decorative colors?
Have you considered changing the front door to something interesting?
I have a light blue house with everything else in white from a crazy heat-
Pink paint door.
It\'s cobalt blue now.
Just paint!
Unless you want to change it all to cream and then do something different on the door, I don\'t know if the others need to change.
Q: We finally have the budget to redecorate the living room!
Small pass-
Cross from the entrance hall to the kitchen.
There is a row of windows on a long wall (
So the light is great)
And a fireplace on a low wall.
Simple and Clean furniture helps open the space, we know.
What advice can you give (i. e.
The color, proportion and height of the furniture. )?
I like the challenge of a smaller room.
The light you get will automatically make the room look bigger.
I will find a brightly colored carpet that covers most of the floor and then adds color to your art and decorative mat.
Because it\'s a pass.
The whole room should be optimistic and the furniture should be kept on the smaller side.
I like the short chair that helps raise the ceiling.
Q: My apartment is full of colors.
Yellow, purple, pink, etc.
I live with my other half and want our place to be colorful, but I also understand that he may not want to be surrounded by this feminine color.
What is a good strategy to compromise on color?
I think it is worth discussing.
Try to assign a room that he can control if he feels he needs a more male space and a say.
He may hand over the reins, but considering some options and having a color chip to show that you have given it some ideas, it will be a good start!
It\'s also time to make some decisions together and see how you guys work together --
All the reasons for living together, right?
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