Soft and delicate but hardly saccharine, the pink inspired by the blossoms on a prized rose bush is lauded for its eye-catching beauty. When paired with soft whites, sandstones, and mellow peaches, it can create the same ethereal experience inside a room.
Designer: Lori Deeds Carlton, Kemble Interiors
Use a ratio formula to help you put together a color scheme. Choose one main color to serve as 40-60 percent of your color palette, then one to two supporting colors to comprise 30-40 percent of your color palette, and fill the remainder with one to two accents. Thinking of color this way helps you determine how much of each color to use. Go to the next slide to see how this scheme breaks out.
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