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ES6: Uncommon Color Combo Dining Room

ES6: Uncommon Color Combo Dining Room

Dining Room Inspiration by Elizabeth Stanton 
An unexpected color combination is one of my favorite ways to infuse personality and character in a space. Peachy melon, olive green, and dusty blue work here for a couple of reasons. One: these colors are all in the same tonal family. Saturated colors like to be with other saturated colors. Muted colors work beautifully with other muted colors. Two: there is a balance of cool and warm tones. The blue, silver, minty green, and gray of the weathered wood are countered by the warmth of the peaches and pinks of the artwork, the copper mugs, and even the olive green rug. I hope these tips give you courage to create some uncommon color combinations in your own life, whether it be in your decor or wardrobe. Find the rug, green ceramic planter, and the bar cart Apple & Oak .

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dining table: http://www.americansignaturefurniture.com/product/item/dining-room/tables/farmhouse-top-tier-pedestal-table/1986387

copper mugs: coming soon to Apple & Oak 

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ES5: Transitional Living Room

ES5: Transitional Living Room

Transitional Living Room 
Today’s moodboard is a lesson in neutrals, just the right amount of black, and punches of color to keep things interesting. My favorite rooms are just a little bit off; “What’s that edgy neon infused art doing in this otherwise transitional space?" I’ll tell you what’s it doing, it’s TELLING A STORY. You are not a neutral person, are you? You have embarrassing moments where you rose above by laughing at yourself. You have interests that nobody else - not even your mom- gets. You have a wild hair that sometimes manifests as spontaneous dance parties. You’re not vanilla so don’t let your rooms be vanilla. Remember, your quirky focal point, like this neon art, shines best when the rest of the room is a bit subdued. And never underestimate the power of just a little bit of black in any room. Find the floor lamp, beautiful rug, gold and white pillows at Apple & Oak. Find the insane agate art print by my art crush #kristikohut. See below for all sources and links.  
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