Tuesday, August 23, 2011

HGTV pt 3

A new day, and still thinking about home design.
Follow the color principal of 60-30-10 to create an aesthetically pleasing color scheme. Divide your color choices into percentages: 60 percent is a dominant color, 30 percent is a secondary color and 10 percent is the accent color.
While beige is a neutral, shades of your favorite colors can also act as neutrals in your room. A neutral just needs to be a balance of warm and cool tones, like the shade of red used in this living room.
Like the couch featured above.

HGTV Dream Home 2007 Lodge Room - hints of deep purple
Curtains all around!
HGTV Dream Home 2010 - Media Room - With a color palette established by cork-wood walls, this multipurpose space offers up comfortable furnishings that easily rearrange as activities require.
Color inspiration for living room.
A colorful living room - the colors of fall - HGTV Dream Home 2011
Inspired by the colors of Vermont in springtime, the living area accommodates a large crowd with an oversized sectional, versatile furnishings and entertainment options at the ready.
HGTV Dream Home 2008 - Sitting Room
Just as a consideration for layout
HGTV Dream Home 2009 - Like the layout of the frames, the wall color, the curtains.  It is soothing.
This is some serious green, and what Tim was liking at the paint counter.
Tufted furniture, wallpaper, flowers, metallics.
Mid-century modern.
Awesome Entryway
This is what I had in mind for a couch, including color scheme.  Some pattern and colorful accents would go a long way.
http://www.hgtv.com/decorating-basics/15-budget-decorating-secrets/pictures/index.html             Make low ceilings look higher by placing furniture vertically so that the eye follows the line up. And make windows look taller by mounting draperies high on the wall.
Interrupted by an Earthquake!

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