Decoration Monday, July 17th 2017.
Pantone’s Autumn Maple. A burnt orange that provides an instantaneous fresh pop of salsa-inspired color, not just in autumn but actually anytime of year. A gorgeous, inviting hue that rests somewhere in the blend between a rich cognac color and brick red, rust color exudes characteristics of orange that we know and love (joy, confidence, warmth, energy, and creativity, among others), balanced with gravity and earthy common sense.
Farrow & Ball’s Stony Ground. A cool beige that is a perfectly inviting neutral that mimics mushroom hues. In fact, mushroom is predicted by some to be the next hottest neutral of choice. Whether in a peaceful zen retreat or a fast-paced urban living space, mushroom color has a visual effect that is therapeutically calming. This color steps up the chic factor (and contemporary aesthetic) of a traditional beige but maintains that soft warmth that helps to create a feeling of home in nearly any circumstance.
It seems hexagonal wall planters are quite popular. They’re also surprisingly versatile. The version showed on stylemepretty has this panel at the bottom which encloses this section of the shelf, making it easier to use it as a planter. You can also hide small vases in there so only the flowers are showing.
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