I am happy to announce a "new thing" Your Color Consultant is doing - Inspired Color Palettes! I have been contemplating for a while how to integrate my love of color, design and art. I also love Photoshop and creating visual inspiration, so I've decided to create "Inspired Paint Color Palettes", you will be able to find them HERE. Most will be available for a free download on my site, Instagram or to be pinned on Pinterest.
A couple times a month on my blog I will highlight rooms with inspired paint colors along with the palette, as in today's post - the colors inspired by Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night painting.
Vincent Van Gogh is one of my favorite artist.. He is known to be one of the top post impressionists of all time. His use of color, movement and light is breathtaking as seen below in his work, Starry Night. As a side note, scientists actually attribute this piece to his genius on how he captures movement and discovery of turbulence. (Just look at the painting below for a while and it will start to move on you!)
In today's post, I've pulled out a few colors from this work and found similar ones from the paint manufacture Benjamin Moore. Scroll below to read and see how these colors are used for the home.
The dark highlights in the painting remind me of Benjamin Moore's, Midnight Oil paint color. The photo of cabinets below showcase how a black paint can be used to create a deep contrast to the crisp white in this kitchen. This black is also not harsh, as some blacks can be. I love how it pairs nicely with the marble counter tops as well.
Photo Credit - Benjamin Moore
I am a proud new member of the organization, Women in Design in Denver. It is a great group for anyone in the design field would like to network, learn from really cool people in the industry and to also support other business women. If you are in the industry, (and a women I should add) you should consider joining, lots of fun things happening. In fact, at my first event I bid on a rug in the silent auction at their monthly Member event. At the event I decided to bid on an rug from BOYLU. (The proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity so it was worth it) And I won!
BOYLU creates rugs for commercial environments. Hospitals, corporations, businesses, schools - high traffic areas. They also have amazing luxury vinyl tile and wall surfaces. Many of their products are made from recycled materials so please consider them if you are looking to add carpet to a commercial space.
BOYLU partners with Aztec Rugs here in Denver to finish off the edging on their rugs if needed. Jaime Rodriguez, the owner of the company has a beautiful showroom that you must visit if your considering custom rugs or flooring. Here is a photo of Jamie and Kimberly Lynch from BOYLU behind the scenes of his showroom.
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