Wanting to go with the flow and trust that abundance is on your way? Then decorate with blues,white and greys. The Feng Shui element Water helps us to let go while grey and white represent the metal element and helps us to reap the rewards of our labour.
Whistler three seat in heat and dust brushed linen cotton
Teal Appeal: 5 ways to use this bold colour in your home. Teal provides a great backdrop for other bright colours to stand out. Below we styled bold pink, red and green shades in front of a subdued teal background which allow them to really pop.
from Maria Killam | True Colour Expert | Decorator
How NOT to Choose Paint Colours (But Everybody Does It)
Here's a living room with a dark blue/green behind a charcoal sofa. If you like this room it's because it's heavily styled. Take away everything except the sofa and the wall colour, and you would not give this space a second glance. The problem with choosing wall colours first, is now you have to run around trying to find accessories/carpets/furniture to match them. Decorate FIRST. Then choose paint colours.