Written on August 13, 2012 at 5:00 am , by Kirsten Grove
With fall quickly approaching, I can’t help but to think about all of the pretty fall color options that can instantly warm up a space. Warm hues are super easy to introduce to a cooler palette. Just remove the bright colors and exchange them for a more muted, spicy palette. This Lauren Moffatt outfit introduces a beautiful autumn like palette including the ever classic stripe. Here’s the look:
Color Inspiration: Shirt.
On the walls: A creamy white, like Cottage White (1813), would look great paired with Black Suede (S-H-790). Use the black in a horizontal wide stripe.
Color Inspiration: Pants.
Upholster a large piece of furniture in a tone like Burmese Gold (S-H-350) for a striking look. If you don’t want to commit to that, use it in a throw or even window panels.
Color Inspiration: Shoes.
Wax Sculpture (UL160-13) is a fantastic color for ceramics and pottery.
Color Inspiration: Soles of shoes.
Expedition Khaki (340-F-4) can translate well into woven pieces, such as rugs, baskets and fabrics.
(All Paints: Behr)
Runway Photo: Lauren Moffatt via Refinery 29.
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