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Inspiration


Inspiration

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Find a yellow color scheme within this photograph taken in Woodyardville, Arkansas.

Looking for some inspiration for a bright pink color scheme? Check out this photo of the garden of Saiho Ji in Kyoto, Japan.

Saying that a color palette has been taken right from nature is really a misleading statement, as chances are that every color imaginable can be found to exist naturally somewhere in a plant's blossom or a deep sea creature's glow. Consider the brilliant purple and silvery white of this lavender field in The Netherlands.

Color inspiration for a room's interior can be found in a piece of art that catches your eye, such as this Georgia O'Keeffe entitled Nature Forms ( Gaspé 1932). Consider not only the hues but the ratios of color.

Find some primary color inspiration from this Cuban land snail, whose shell spirals red, yellow, black, and white.

This photograph of a goldfish offers up an orange, blue, and white color scheme.

Natural color inspiration can come from a perfectly timed cityscape image. This photo of New York City is bathed in a monochromatic violet light.

Today's color inspiration is found in a low sun over driftwood, all reflected within water who's color is maked by the brilliant shades above. The bright orange, pinks, and golds pair with a range of neutrals.

More color inspiration direct from nature: the Green Honeycreeper, found in Singapore.

Look to the Cliffs of Kerry in Ireland for some more color inspiration featuring bright greens and darker blues amid a mix of neutrals.

Looking for color inspiration? check out this view of Hong Kong, China, with the various colors of lights against the reflectance in the water behind the city.

Looking for inspiration for a magenta and lavender color scheme? Look to these vibrant fields in Hillside Hokkaido, Japan.

Consider plywood for warm ceilings on a budget!

I love how warm the concrete looks in this kitchen, even with the wood right next to it.

Want to soften up the wooden floor in your hallway? You don't need to completely cover up that gorgeous floor.

Drawer alternative: clear off a bit of your counter space!

A gorgeous view of Isle of Skye, Scotland.

Bookshelves built into stairs!

Thin open shelving in the kitchen.

I like the board work under the counters and the simple open shelving above them.

Interesting paint effect on the stairs.

A bookshelf secret doorway.

Hidden storage in the kitchen.

Open shelving - show off the fluffy white towels.

Custom lampshade idea - ribbon and hot glue.