You really, seriously, can get inspiration anywhere, if you keep your eyes and your aesthetic heart open to what’s out there. This absolutely wonderful picture was sent to me – what a delightful mix of softly faded colors.
It wasn’t at all hard to come up with a color scheme. Many of you ask about how I build color wheels – I use the graphing gizmo in PowerPoint. I use PowerPoint for all of my vignettes, because it does everything I need. Just insert a graph into a slide, and then change the colors and sizes of the various wedges to suit your preferences.You have a new, beautiful mnemonic for your wardrobe colors, AND you have a new skill to put on your resume. How fun is that?
This lovely woman works in a library, so she likes things to be neat and orderly. But she’s been known to handle the older books with a particular gentle care, giving them a last, lingering caress that leads us to suspect that maybe some of their tender sweetness has seeped into her heart.
FYI – if you’re looking for this sort of neutral online, look for the color “stone”. It’s often called that…