"When it comes to color, be confident, go with your heart and follow your emotions."
We couldn't agree more.
In her latest book, HUE, Kelly Wearstler, who has worked with spaces in international hotels and resorts, restaurants and lounges, and boutiques, offers up a serving of "inspiring eye-candy for interior design and decorating fans." In a review by the LA Times, they point out that, "The book offers an introductory Q & A with Wearstler that explores her philosophy cites some of the architects, designers and artists who have inspired her. But photo captions are non-existent, while credits and resources are relegated to an illustrated index at the end of the book. The message? This is eye candy: Look and learn."
"A neutral room does not have to be a bore. The solution is to create contrast. This can be achieved with the use of metallics, a striking piece of art or sculpture, tactile rugs, textiles or patterns."
"You can have many colors in a room, but to do this successfully, it becomes about the proportion, value and texture of those colors."
"Unique color compositions create either a visual tension or harmony. Both can be equally beautiful."