COLORWAYS Opposites on the color wheel (Blue and Orange) not only attract but are stunning when paired together. This old pine pie safe, notice the vents for cooling, is a perfect example. Mix and layer a little Emperor's Silk with Barcelona Orange over Greek Blue. Old White lightens each of the colors and is dabbed on for texture and highlights. Annie Sloan Chalk Paint makes this an incredibly easy technique for a vintage, distressed style.
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Even traditionally minded decor can benefit from a jolt of unexpected wall color. Here, a bright spice orange infuses a classic living room with energy. The color is used in small doses throughout the room so the wall color doesn't appear as an afterthought. The Color: Bryce Canyon -- Benjamin Moore/
Have you ever thought that Halloween colors that have a long-standing tradition and are in great demand, and highly appreciated for this holiday decor, is an amazing design scheme to use in your interior...