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No other color says style and glamor like red. It’s the universal color that adds elegance and sophistication to any space. It can also be a very intimidating color to incorporate. The key for using red is using it sparingly throughout your space. Don’t over use it or you might wind up with a headache. Pairing it with the right colors is also an important detail. I like pairing red with neutral colors and then adding splashes of salmon or even blue to keep it looking modern and fresh. Below we see Julia from Gal Meets Glam pairing her red trench coat with a pair of blue wide leg jeans. It looks effortlessly lovely. To incorporate this in your home, get the look here:

 

Products: 1. Chair 2. Lamp 3. Throw Blanket 4. Wallpaper  5. Ottoman 6. Pillow 7. Accent Table For even more finds inspired by this palette, go here.

Color Inspiration: Coat.
Use Gypsy Red on an accent wall, in upholstered furniture and in accessories.

Color Inspiration: Scarf and Skirt.
A blue such as Rainstorm can be used in fabrics and patters.

Bonus:
A pretty accent color to incorporate with this red is Coral Bead. Use it in fabrics, accessories and wallpapers. Also, create a neutral backdrop with whites and grays.

Outfit Photo via Gal Meets Glam. Paint via Sherwin Williams.

We see below a living space that incorporates all of these color elements. What are your thoughts?

Image: Pierre Yovanovitch.


I have to say that my favorite neutral color is gray. Gray goes with just about everything. It modernizes clothing and spaces almost instantly. Below Zoe Saldana is wearing an ensemble complete of different gray tones. She looks fabulous! This same approach can be made in your home. Filling a space with different tones of gray’s can create a modern, fresh and surprisingly inviting space. Start with a light, airy gray and just build upon it. Here’s the look:

 

Products: 1. Sofa 2. Pillow 3. Basket 4. Coffee Table 5. Rug 6. Pillow For even more finds inspired by this palette, go here.

Color Inspiration: Shirt.
Use Reflection on your walls to create a soothing light backdrop.

Color Inspiration: Scarf and Skirt.
Online is the perfect cool gray to use in upholstery pieces and other accessories.

Bonus:
To create a dark, moody accent wall, use Rock Bottom. Also looks great in furniture pieces.

Bonus: Whites, blacks and accent colors all look great mixed with gray.

Outfit Photo via Fashion Trends. Paint via Sherwin Williams.

Below is a refreshing gray space. Do you decorate using gray?

Image: Planete Deco


Whether you like it or not, it’s fall! Some places are experiencing fall more than others. Where I’m from, we have a beautiful, colorful fall season. The trees turn epic hues of orange, red, brown and deep deep green. The weather becomes crisp and cool, making one desire warm textures and fabrics. When I first saw the outfit below I instantly got excited for early fall. It’s a season where you can layer those warm and deep shades in your outfits and in your home. Burnt orange, army green and cranberry red look stunning together. All you need to do is anchor those colors with neutrals such as black, cream and add a splash of gold to the mix. Here’s the look:

Products: 1. Floor Pillow 2. Chair 3. Wall Hook 4. Rug 5. Pillow 6. Wire Cubes 7. Butterfly Chair For even more finds inspired by this palette, go here.

Color Inspiration: Jacket.
Shady Lane is one of my favorite green hues to use on a wall, in accessories and even in upholstered pieces.

Color Inspiration: Shirt.
For a creamy wall color, try Butter Pecan.

Color Inspiration: boots.
Use Rustique in accessories and fabrics. It’s the perfect warm tone.

Bonus: Autumn Orange and Brick Red are both fall friendly choices.

Outfit Photo via Obaz. Paint via Benjamin Moore.

Below we see some of our favorite fall color trends being used in this hip and cool living space. What are your thoughts??

Image via Vintage Revivals.


Unlike some colors, turquoise has to be paired with just the right colors to be trendy and not tacky. Inspired by the sea and all of it’s beauty, this color can be a stunning accent for any room. For fashion, it’s best to wear one key piece in this bright color and pair it with neutrals and or denims. The same goes for room decor. Try using a neutral sofa and adding turquoise throw pillows or a turquoise side table. Another fun idea would be to find a rug with a turquoise weaved throughout and add it to a neutral space for just the right amount of color! Here’s the look:

Products: 1. Sofa 2. Pillows 3. Side Table 4. Pouf 5. Chair 6. Rug For even more finds inspired by this palette, go here.

Color Inspiration: Jacket.
Turquish is a color that should be used sparingly. It’s a beautiful turquoise, perfect for accessories and accent walls.

Color Inspiration: Scarf.
For another colorful accent, Rejuvenate is a great option to pair with turquoise.

Color Inspiration: T-shirt.
Use a cool white like Pure White on your walls in in furniture pieces.

Bonus: Grays and blacks are also lovely neutrals to use with turquoise.

Outfit Photo via Chicisimo. Paint via Sherwin Williams.

Below is a pretty way of incorporating turquoise into a stylish space. It’s an example of how adding just a touch makes for a great impact.

Image via Nicety.

Image via Home Life.


Nothing expresses timeless style like black and white. It’s the color palette that just keeps going and going. Whether you want to dress up for a fancy event or dress down for lunch with your besties, black and white always performs perfectly. Black and white also creates a sophisticated space when used correctly. Below we see a pair of black leather pants paired with a white jacket. For your home, try pairing a black sofa with a white coffee table and or a white chair with a black floor lamp. However you tie these two colors together, you will create a timeless space. Here’s the look:

Products: 1. Credenza 2. Pillow 3. Chair 4. Pendant 5. Pouf 6. Floor Lamp For even more finds inspired by this palette, go here.

Color Inspiration: Jacket.
Use Pure White on your walls, floors and accessories.

Color Inspiration: Pants and Shirt.
Try Domino inspired black in your upholstered pieces, lighting and wood pieces.

Color Inspiration: Shoes.
Black of Night is another fantastic black to use possibly on an accent wall.

Bonus: Try accents of green in plants and other natural objects throughout your room.

Outfit Photo via Street Style Chic. Paint via Sherwin Williams.

Here is a great example of a black and white space done right. It’s simple yet dramatic. What are your thoughts on this color palette? Would you do this in your own home?

Room image via I Want That.


If you are in touch with trends or like to be in touch with trends, you’ll notice that pale pink is taking over. It’s a soothing, complimentary color that creates peaceful moments. It’s not just your girly girl color anymore. I’ve seen a variety of pinks in mens fashion and even in male offices and other spaces. When pairing pink with other colors, two options can be applied. You can pair it with other colors, creating a colorful array or you can pair it with neutral tones, creating a tranquil space. Inspired by this delicate outfit, I have put together a look that is stylish, classic and playful for your space. Here’s the look:

Products: 1. Chair 2. Rug 3. Floor Lamp 4. Sofa 5. Pillow 6. Pillow For even more finds inspired by this palette, go here.

Color Inspiration: Pants.
Amour Pink really is the perfect pink! Try it as a wall color or use it in upholstered pieces and accessories.

Color Inspiration: Sweater.
For a neutral cool grey, try Gris. Use it in fabrics, on walls or in accessories.

Color Inspiration: Shoes and Bag.
Black of Night can be used in lighting, frames, wooden furniture pieces and much more.

Bonus: Try accents of gold and brass with this color palette.

Outfit Photo via Be Lighter. Paint via Sherwin Williams.

If you are wondering what this color palette looks in person, below is the perfect example! This space has a great combination of pale pink and grey with lots of neutral accents. What are your thoughts on this color palette? Would you do this in your own home?

Room image via Weekday Carnival.


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