1920s wedding kimono, or uchikake, from the Taisho or Showa era. Puffs of pine needles set off painted gold pine cone clusters, white cranes float gracefully amongst wisps of clouds. All hand painted, lined in red silk. No sash as they weren't worn as such (shown with scarf to define waist). Padded cord within hem.
WALL: BM Pine Green in Aura (richer) DOOR: SW Real Red, semi-gloss. (good to: BM Jade Garden a deep watery teal) For energy added chartreuse & dynamic red. "think beyond "dark" "light" paint, & more about mood. Room is "light" if gets lots of light. If not, it's never going to be light. I prefer to bring in boldness & brightness with deeper wall color to keep it from getting too serious. Best advice - try to define what mood you want when selecting colors & use hues that support that mood.