It is just popping out in its environment, reflecting sun rays and lighting up the whole place. Truly amazing.
This picture has all neutrals in it. But if you look closer, each color has a different texture and pattern. Keep this in mind when you are using all neutrals in your interiors to keep your space from being a boring one.
Here is another Fall wonder. You can see how the deep red works great with browns and even the blues in the sky. Nature knows what she's talking about!
Now moving on to the Thanksgiving table. Food has great color inspirations, and it's the color and smell that makes us so drawn to it. Here are some delicious color ideas that can be used as inspirations for your interior space:
Usually on Thanksgiving, my family likes to mix our middle eastern traditions with the American ones. On our Thanksgiving table you will find dishes like Hummus and Tabouli along side Turkey and Green Beans. Notice how the colors of parsley, pomegranate garnish, and olive oil all compliment each other and make the Hummus look even better.
Here is another neutral color combination example. This dish combines the colors and textures of white rice, ground beef, roasted almonds, and many spices.
Cooked turkey also has many neutrals just in it's baked goodness. The skin itself has many color variations and textures.
The skin variations on this cooked fish and the curry sauce around it make a wonderful combination, as colors and as a delicious dish!
This cooked ham with the potatoes around it give a great example of brown colors with yellows and oranges. It just looks perfect.
When you think about using colors in your interiors, just look around you in nature or in your food and just think how well those colors go together. This will help you get over your fears and five you confidence about your choices.