Three Palettes for May
The Classic: This combination, by New York designers Mark Haldeman and James Aguiar, is a classic and international at the same time. May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and this interior celebrates Chinese influence on western design. French Beret is more complex than a standard black and adds such nuance to the combination. It's also your answer when you're looking for the perfect red- rich and vibrant without being garish.
Gathering Green: Just what we need to usher in Spring! These colors play off one another in an unexpected tango that's inspired by beautiful Italian plate I found on Etsy. It's literally the only one available. The Newburg Green is a great color to paint chair legs or a stair railing. Shades of Spring will dress any wall beautifully with an Anjou Pear ceiling. Use a combination of Fiji and Anjou Pear in upholstery and fabric accents. If you're inspired, click on the image to link.
Candy Stripes: This combination is bold, ethereal, and balanced. The colors just vibrate against one another and makes for a fun way to dress up a foyer or niche at home. Play with the accenting colors of the stripes against the pale blue of Skyscraper by adding in a color to the mix that reflects your interior. For example, replace the Rockies Brown with a color that coordinates with the woodwork in your home or try any green you love instead of the Key Lime green.
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