Expressing Your Season At Easter… Warm and Natural There is a natural quality to Dark Autumn – its colours are dark, earthy, and golden. As is the case with all Autumn seasons, texture works well with your palette. Consider an all natural theme for your Easter decor with woven grasses, twigs, moss and even feathers. Autumn Reds Dark Autumn’s Read More
Expressing Your Season At Easter… Warm and Rustic The True Autumn palette has a richness and depth. Its colours pair well with coarse textures and heavy woven fabrics that give a rustic feel. Matte and dull finishes relate well with the mutedness inherent in this colour palette. For your Easter decor, consider featuring burnt orange and olive green with Read More
Expressing Your Season At Easter… Warm, Light and Muted Like Soft Summer, the focus for Soft Autumn is on low contrast. It’s the lightest of the three Autumn seasons, with colours that range from medium light to medium dark in value. The combination of your light greens, soft yellows and warm beiges bring a relaxed feel to your Easter decor.
Expressing Your Season At Christmas… Rich and Elegant Dark Autumn has a value level and contrast level similar to Winter, but needs the warmth and muted qualities of Autumn. Your best colours are dark, earthy, golden and warm, with a high contrast level. Since you handle darkness well, you can wear black, but it’s not your best color given that you Read More
Expressing Your Season At Christmas… Warm and Rustic The True Autumn palette pairs well with texture – heavy woven fabrics, plaid, wool and felt – to give a rustic feel to your Christmas decor. Consider combining burnt orange with burlap and natural items – like pine cones, to bring a relaxed and casual feel to this festive time of year. Warm and Rich Read More
Expressing Your Season At Christmas… Warm, Light and Muted Soft Autumn is the lightest of the three Autumn seasons. Its colours are quite warm, they appear dusty, heathered, grayed, and are medium light to medium dark in value. Soft Autumn colours are similar to the True Autumn season, but are cooled and grayed slightly by the small Read More