It’s almost the New Year and here is this year’s round up of my 10 most popular posts:
Image from Ralph Lauren Home
How-to posts about blogging are always popular and this post rounds up all my posts about blogging. If you have decided that 2012 is the year to start your blog, make sure you read all the links to my past posts from this one and you’ll be well on your way!
Photo Shoot for My New Website (including the Bloopers)
I think people always like to see a work in progress, which this shoot was. In the end I didn’t end up even using these pictures of me anywhere in my new website.
Some commenters informed me that this accent tile had been around for a few years already but to me it was suddenly everywhere, not to mention totally OVERUSED, so I called it trendy for 2011. Actually I think it’s more of a fad which has a much shorter shelf life than a trend.
Via Verdigris Vie
This post is a good one to read if you are waffling between painting your cabinets white or gray.
This post was a good one because it recapped the best advice from this conference last year (which I’m going to again this year).
(BM Bermuda Turquoise) House Beautiful
I actually refer to this post a lot when discussing blue with clients.
Image via Pinterest
Make sure you watch this video blog I taped if you have been given this very bad advice!
My explanation combined with Joni’s post “How to Convince Your Husband to Decorate Your Way” made this post very popular.
Listening to this advice will give you the most timeless house, period.
The best of Colour Me Happy is definitely now in my eBook. If you choose colours for yourself or clients, understanding my system for distinguishing undertones will save you hundreds and/or thousands of dollars in mistakes. Plus, as an extra bonus you will get my “go-to” list with all the undertones listed in categories.
Here is a review Barb from Tassels Interiors just posted after she read it:
The book is FABULOUS!!!
I have been reading your blog for the last couple years, and have always wanted to attend one of your workshops, but have been unable. This book has been very helpful in answering some of my questions in regards to recognizing the undertones, and applying this information to specifying colors for my customers. I feel much more confident in my selections for customers. Thank you for describing your system clearly and concisely. I am looking forward to your other books.
Hope you are having a happy holiday week with your family!
Colour me Happy’s Top 10 posts (Some of my favourites are yours)
Download my eBook, It’s All in the Undertones. If you have a computer, you can download my book!
To make sure the undertones in your home are right, get some large samples!
If you would like to learn to how choose the right colours for your home or for your clients, become a True Colour Expert.