We’re right in the middle of my Specify Colour with Confidence™ Training and tonight Janice Lindsay hosted us in her fabulous home just blocks away from the University of Toronto where the course is being held.
You know when you see the list of credits in the beginning of a TV show and there’s the special guest stars? Well, Janice is one of those special guests in my Training this week!
Janice (above) made us all special champagne cocktails and we all loved being in her beautiful home.
Every corner was thoughtfully decorated with art and colour!
Ginny Truyens & Irene Hill
Lesley Huntley, Roost Interior Design
Love this whimsical polka dot fabric on two slipper chairs in her living room.
Marilyn Chattin & Maria Killam
Janice had beautiful vignettes everywhere.
Beverly Leeck, Rescue Me Interiors
I especially loved this art in her entry hall.
Karen Baird & Loretta Kukkonen
And as I said in this post, how you know if you have a fabulous chair is if it looks great just sitting there all alone. Here is a chair just like that.
We are loving our new location for the True Colour Expert Training here in the University district blocks away from shopping on Bloor street and fabulous restaurants all around the area.
Here’s the new distinction we got today:
When choosing a complex neutral for an interior, you should coordinate the undertones in the NEUTRALS to the existing furnished and fixed elements in the space. When choosing COLOUR however, it’s about finding the right clean/dirty balance to achieve a beautiful colour palette.
I’ll be back in Toronto this fall, I’ll announce the dates shortly, and there’s a few spaces left in Vancouver coming up May 29, 30 & 31, 2013, sign up here.
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