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deborah eade

Anything but powder pink for me – smacks too much of a hairdressing salon. Surely the downside to 'colour trends' is that they date by definition, whereas classic combinations don't.

   
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Color Joy Interiors

I do love these combinations. I think American design is slightly behind the Europeans, who tend to favor bold design and color combos. Americans are slowly introducing pops of color in appliances, accent walls and accessories. Hopefully, they will move toward a more dramatic use of color on walls and furniture.

   
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skunst2017

There is a good reason why most people like white , off white or gray tones ....it's because it doesn't clash with Art or furniture ...that said , although I would tire fast of most of the tones in this article ..I sort of like looking at them as ideas for other people to explore ...I on the other hand would have loved to see much bolder and darker tones , like dark reds for a library , blacks , gray on black , dark greens and dark tones of every color available ...anyhow what happened to yellow hues framed in white ..That is an elegant color ...used a lot in France or by the Brits ??

   

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