Color Inspiration

I was perusing Gilt’s sales recently as I do everyday if I’m near a computer and saw David Aubrey’s jewelry collection.

When I saw this particular necklace with it’s combination of navy, aqua and lime green,

David Aubrey necklace aqua

paint hale navy paint feel the energy paint jack frost

I immediately thought of Suze’s apartment that was featured in Domino a few years ago, it has always been one of my favorites.  Suze’s Jonathan Adler sofa is navy velvet and the aqua and lime green tones are introduced through accessories and other upholstered pieces.

Suze Yarloff living room

As I continued to look through all of the jewelry in the sale I realized that there were several color combos that would translate very well in to rooms in our homes. And of course we know that color inspiration can happen any where.

Let’s consider some other color palettes,

Lilac & Grey

David Aubrey necklace lilac-grey

paint orleans violet paint horizon

Domino living room pink feminine

Apple Green, Melon & Pink

David Aubrey necklace green-pink

paint fresh grass paint picante paint gentle butterfly

the estate of things chooses domino

Turquoise & Light Blue

David Aubrey necklace blue-green

paint hidden falls paint palladian blue paint caribbean cool

the estate of things chooses meg adams

Violet & Apple Green

David Aubrey necklace lilac-green

paint fresh grass paint orleans violet

the estate of things chooses southern living purple & green room

Do you have a favorite or perhaps you have a go to combination that you’d like to share?

 
 
 
 

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3 Comments

  • My fave is the navy, aqua & lime one. I also really like the turquoise one too… I can’t seem to get enough of the color blue.

  • We agree on blue, sometimes I think I may go monochromatic throughout the house…but then I come to my senses.

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