When Irene and I were in Toronto for our last Specify Colour with Confidence ™ Training, we walked around the Kensington Market and came across this most adorable restaurant.
Photo by Maria Killam
Love the clean colours, the blue outdoor carpet, and the coordinating green and blue chairs. This is a great example of why all commercial buildings should be colours and not muddy neutrals, especially dark murky neutrals because the clean lime green colour of this restaurant makes the pink beige look dirty.
Nothing wrong with pink beige by the way, it’s just that when it is chosen blindly like it’s the neutral or mixed with the wrong colours, it’s bad.
What do you think of the colour combination?
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