I was browsing Pinterest the other day and came upon this:"home decor" board (I'm talking Pinterest talk....you gotta get on this bandwagon. I'll even send you an invite if you want. It has changed my life.) where I stash all of my inspiration for upcoming projects I feel I HAVE TO do in my house. This particular treasure, is actually a print for purchase, which happens to not be available in the US. Darn.
I could not stop looking at it, and even considered making it the wallpaper on my laptop, but I love seeing Chris's face more--and then I knew I had to adopt it as our home's color palette. When I showed Chris and asked what he thought, his response was just as I thought it would be, "I think you just caused an aneurism in my brain. What am I looking at? There are like over 100 different colors." Hahaha. You might be thinking the same thing, but the more you look at it and dissect it, you'll see a simple repeated pattern of colors. When you break it down, the artist-slash-genius rearranged two of the squares filled with quarter-circles three times. Confused? Let me simplify:
That's where I'm getting my entire house's palette. Don't get me wrong, that's still a lot of colors to choose from, but some things will show up in woodwork, furniture and accessories instead of on the walls. You may already recognize the colors of our living room accent wall and Greta's room popping out, but here's what else we're thinking as far as paint colors go: