Today I’m chatting with a paint colour expert in San Francisco. Discover the most important colour lesson she’s learned and one of the biggest mistakes her client’s make when choosing paint colour. A glimpse of a vignette in Jill’s dining room (photography by Maria Killam) I have been following Architectural… Continue Reading →
Last week Claudia Ricciardone posted this happy news on our private True Colour Experts Facebook page: I’ve got some exciting news to share and I can honestly say this would have never happened without Maria Killam‘s course. I just had my work published in Luxe Lifestyle Magazine! Here’s the link to… Continue Reading →
Today we welcome guest poster Laura Brzegowy, a True Colour Expert and Ben Moore store colour consultant from Bloomington, Indiana. As the one who replaces the paint chips in store every week, Laura has a unique perspective on which colours are hot, which are not, and the beautiful colour that she NEVER should’ve chosen to use for an entire exterior.
My guest poster today is Laurel Colins, a True Colour Expert from Nelson, B.C. Laurel uses the time-honoured principles of Feng Shui in all her colour consultations, and she’s got some tips to share about the colours you definitely should (and definitely should NOT) use for your bedroom.
Today’s guest post is from Ruth Chancellor, a Decorator, Stager and True Colour Expert™ from Portland, Oregon.
Ruth decorated a gorgeous home in blues for the Street of Dreams in Portland this year.
I am a huge fan of Eileen Kathryn Boyd and her work. I had the pleasure of meeting her in New York at Blogfest last year! And she was in this June’s House Beautiful! here’s a bedroom she designed using her fabrics from Duralee. I recently interviewed her for my… Continue Reading →
Annie Elliott is the blogger/designer behind the colour blog, Bossy Color. And she is bossy, but in a charming way (as I always say when my friends call me bossy :). I almost think that trait is part of being a designer as we are paid for our opinion! Annie… Continue Reading →
James Martin owns The Colour People who provide color design services to developers, builders, architects, property managers, and home owners. James was an originator of the movement of Architectural Color Consultants and the first color consultant to offer color design services nationwide through their now much copied mail order design… Continue Reading →
Rachel Perls has a blog called Hue. She is also a member (along with me) of the International Association of Colour Consultants/Designers. The most fascinating thing about the colour profession, is that each colour designer looks at colour from a slightly different view allowing us all to learn something new… Continue Reading →
Verdigris Vie has posted an interview with me on her blog today, click here to read! It’s so fascinating to me how every blogger has a style that becomes quickly obvious when you start scrolling down to see their images. This blog is no exception, filled with beautiful, elegant interiors… Continue Reading →
Every colour expert that I have interviewed on my blog has their own interpretation and unique way of looking at colour. I loved how their answers caused me to look at colour in a different way. Here’s the recap of the best from each interview: 1) Janice Lindsay. Everyone was… Continue Reading →
I am delighted to introduce my latest colour expert interview with Jane Hall. Jane has a wonderful store in Toronto full of colourful fabrics, furniture and accessories, she is The Voice of Style and her website is filled with the most fabulous colour to drench your home with personality! And her… Continue Reading →
Lori Sawaya is a Color Strategist and her company name is Color Strategies. You will understand what this means when you get to the end of this interview. She is a fellow IACC member. The International Association of Colour Consultants/Designers is an organization that trains colour professionals on the impact… Continue Reading →
10 years ago when I started my design business I placed an ad in the Yellow Pages that included the words “Expert Colour Consultation”. Then as I looked at those words I thought, ‘I better become an expert’, and that is when I found Joanne Day at The Daystudio in… Continue Reading →
Thank you to the Washington Post for including this post in your blog watch, July 9, 2009! Some of you know that I recently purchased Janice Lindsay’s new book called “All About Colour” [below] and then wrote a post about the first thing I read when I opened the book… Continue Reading →