Speaking of “pretty”, I’ve been obsessed lately thinking about the color yellow. I’m not entirely sure why…I don’t own anything yellow and its not a color that is requested often by my customers. But when I look at images using yellow as the primary color, I smile. I can’t help it.
There are so many ways to use the color yellow and each conveys a different mood. A soft subtle butter yellow with a sage green evokes the feel of a serene garden while a bright yellow paired with an emerald green gives off a vibe of tropical flair (think lemons & limes!). A deep golden yellow paired with a rusty orange and a hint of magenta provides a palette suitable for a Middle Eastern affair. Add a touch of gray and black and you have created a very mod palette. Give it some punches of chartreuse, plum, watermelon or baby blue. Its definitely more versatile than most give it credit for.
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