DISPOSABLE COLOR FOR THOSE AFRAID OF COMMITMENT
Afraid to spend the money on an accent piece? Then try the theory behind disposable color. Disposable color was created for the person who is afraid of commitment! It means using a mainly neutral palette in your home, so think all the big things like walls, furniture, cabinets, and flooring. Then add a pop of color in the accent pieces like pillows, throw blankets, vases, and towels. The end result is a space that is easily updated from season to season or year to year!
I also love this theory for people who really like to
stay on top of trends from season to season.
This will allow them to use that new shade of green in the fall and then switch over to that lovely new red holiday color and then combine those two colors with the latest shade of yellow throw blanket to take them into spring!
Here are just a few examples of how different a room can look by just switching out the pops of color.
MAIN ITEMS: White walls (check out our favorite whites here!), cream sofa, black and white artwork, natural wood coffee table (check out blog on some awesome live edge options!) on top of a neutral rug.
GLAM IT UP
Gold sequin pillow matched with gold fish scale pillow and topped with a citron velvet. This look screams glam!
BRING THE OUTSIDE IN
Graphic black triangles, lineal plaid, grass green velvet and mud cloth accents make this both a comfortable and cheery spot.
Rich deep blue in embossed velvet paired with shag, a dot print and a trendy blue, geometric pillow results in a polished upscale look and feel.