JENNA KATE AT HOME
Decide on 2 -3 of your absolute favorite colors. If you’re going to use them throughout your home, you’d better really like them!
Decide what mood you want to convey throughout your home. Relaxed, dramatic, romantic, etc. This will help guide you in terms of color saturation (how intense/bright the color is) and how much of it you use.
Where it is Monochromatic, Analogous or Complementary color schedule, choose any for your whole house color scheme.
If you are lucky enough to be starting from scratch, then your walls are the first consideration. The biggest mistake I made when decorating my first home was painting every room a completely different color.
When I say neutral don’t immediately start thinking “beige”. There’s so many colors that can be a “neutral”For instance, my neutral is gray – every room in my home is some variation of gray. .
Blue is my absolutely favorite color. I’ve always been drawn to blue and I know I will never tire of it.This color scheme falls into the analogous category, since yellow (cream), green and blue are next to each other on the color wheel.
The shades used in the living room, while completely adhering to my color palette, are more muted and not as saturated as some other parts of the house.
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